NATO Promised New 500 Million Euro Military Aid Package to Ukraine

Prior to the NATO summit held in Vilnius from July 11 to July 12, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced at a news conference that NATO plans on supplying an additional military aid package valued at 500 million euros. This aid package is supposedly designed to address Ukraine’s critical needs, which includes fuel, medical supplies, and spare parts. 

“[NATO] allies have already pledged 500 million euros for critical needs, including fuel, medical supplies, demining equipment and pontoon bridges,” he declared.

On top of that, Stoltenberg announced that NATO will assist Ukraine construct military hospitals. Despite not being a formal member of the military alliance, Ukraine is effectively a ward of NATO. Since Russia’s launch of its “special military operation” in Ukraine on February 22, 2022, NATO has made it a point to arm Ukraine to the teeth in an effort to bleed Russia out in a protracted military conflict. NATO has always coveted Ukraine in its military alliance structure. 

Incorporating Ukraine into its fold would greatly weaken Russia and allow NATO to potentially make inroads to subvert Russia altogether. But with Russia emerging as a great power that will not tolerate a major security threat in Ukraine, the prospect of NATO joining Ukraine is distant at best. 

For the fanatics in NATO, the next best alternative is for Ukraine to serve as a sacrificial lamb for the Anglo-American geopolitical agenda that is dedicated to undermining Russia at all costs.

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