Moscow: NATO has made a big announcement after Russia's attack on Ukraine. NATO Chief Jens Stoltenberg said us President Joe Biden and his counterpart have agreed to deploy troops to protect their allies in the wake of Russia's attack on Ukraine. Jens Stoltenberg said the leaders had decided to send some quick-deployable troops of the NATO response force.
However, he did not say how many jawans would be deployed. But he said the move involved land, sea and air power. It is being said that the decision is being taken after the attack on a ship in Romania, Russia. In fact, Romania is a member of NATO, and Jens Stoltenberg said, adding that Russia's purpose is not limited to Ukraine. In such a situation, it has been decided to deploy NATO response force troops on land, at sea and in the air in the allies.
Stoltenberg further said that Russia's attack on Ukraine is much more than an attack on Ukraine. Not only is this a devastatingly horrific attack on innocent people in Ukraine, but it is also an attack on the entire European security system, and that is why we are taking it so seriously. He said that Russia's goal is to replace the government of Ukraine. I would pay my respects to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who are proving their bravery and courage by standing up and fighting against a really large invading Russian army.