Jens Stoltenberg, the leader of NATO, believes that even while the Ukrainian offensive against Russian soldiers had been successful, this does not necessarily mean that the conflict has come to an end.
Stoltenberg, the head of NATO, has issued a warning to the world’s states, advising them to be ready for the long haul despite the success of the Ukrainian counteroffensive.
On Friday, he gave an interview to BBC Radio in which he said that it is certainly very promising to learn that Ukrainian military forces have indeed been able to retake land and even attack beyond Russian lines.
On the other hand, we must lose sight of the fact that this is only the first step toward the conclusion of the war; we must be ready to fight into the foreseeable future.
Recent events have seen Ukraine undertake a southern counteroffensive centered on Kherson.
Both videos and satellite photographs reveal strikes by the Ukrainian military on Russian supply routes, munitions facilities, and even the Saki military airport in Crimea. The videos were posted on social media platforms.
By September, the Ukrainian counteroffensive had gained ground in the Kharkiv area, which came as a surprise to Russia along the eastern front.
The only rail terminal that Moscow was using to feed their front lines in the northeastern part of the nation was taken over by Ukraine.
In the meanwhile, authorities in captured Ukrainian towns that had been nominated by Russia admitted that they had lost.
Since Russian soldiers were driven back from Kyiv within the early days of the invasion, the counterattack constituted one of the most dramatic territorial adjustments that have occurred since then.
On Tuesday, Russia said that it would be launching “massive attacks,” some of which will target nearby Kryvyi Rih dam. Approximately one hundred houses were submerged in water as a result of the assault on the dam that took place in the area that is the hometown of the current President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
The Ukrainian authorities claim that after retaking Izyum, they discovered mass graves in the surrounding forest.
Zelenskyy said in his nightly speech, “The world must subject Russia to genuine accountability for this conflict.”