BRUSSELS — NATO defense ministers gathered in Brussels on Wednesday for more meetings on the long-term response to Russia’s war against Ukraine, including boosting the production of armaments and ammunition.

The military alliance is “looking for ways to enhance our defense industrial capacity,” Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said. Ukraine’s backers expect the fighting, which is depleting ammunition stocks, to intensify in the coming months.

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