Ukraine-Konflikt, von Artillerie beschädigte Brücke in Cherson KHERSON, UKRAINE JULY 20, 2022: A view of Antonovsky road bridge across the Dnieper River, damaged by Ukrainian missiles on July 19 and 20. The Russian Armed Forces are carrying out a special military operation in Ukraine in response to requests from the leaders of the Donetsk People s Republic and Lugansk People s Republic for help. Sergei Bobylev/TASS PUBLICATIONxINxGERxAUTxONLY TS13AE60

At the same time, Ukraine’s violations in no way justify the many indiscriminate strikes by the Russian military with civilian casualties that we have documented in recent months

The NATO countries are working closely with armaments companies to be able to supply Ukraine with more weapons and equipment in the long-term war against Russia. “We are providing a lot of support, but we have to do more and be prepared for the long term,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told Reuters on Thursday. “That’s why we are now also in close contact and working closely with the defense industry to produce and supply more different types of ammunition, weapons and equipment.” In recent months, the US and other Western countries have begun supplying Ukraine with more advanced conventional weapons. These include highly mobile HIMARS rocket launcher systems, which have greater range and precision. (Reuters)

It is in our interest that this type of aggressive policy does not succeed.