NATO chief urges military support for Ukraine as Russian attacks continue

Russia is waging a campaign to target civilian infrastructure in Ukraine, while the head of Nato said the alliance should deny Moscow a victory that would embarrass the Russian president. Vladimir Putin and other authoritarian leaders.

Speaking at a meeting of foreign ministers of the military alliance, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Secretary-General jens stoltenberg said on Tuesday that the group should continue providing military aid to Ukraine, as US officials began to pressure Kyiv to contemplate peacebefore the seasons stop Recent progress of the Ukrainian army.