BRUSSELS — Moscow is “preparing for more war” and Ukraine’s allies should send more ammunition to help Kyiv fight off the assault, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday in Brussels. NATO defense ministers were meeting in the Belgian capital to discuss supplying Ukraine with additional weapons and equipment.
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who was in Brussels for the NATO meeting, hosted a gathering of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group, which includes more than 50 nations. He also urged Ukraine’s allies to intensify efforts “to help it meet this crucial moment in the course of the war.”
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