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A month after
war in Ukraine
Russia still does not control any of the big Ukrainian cities
it is believed it intended to take quickly and sees the frontline stabilized in the face of fierce resistance from the
Armed Forces .
One month after the start of the
, NATO leaders will support the deployment of four multinational battalions in Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria at their summit in Brussels today.
They will also agree to supply
with equipment to protect against "chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats" from
NATO will support Ukraine against "chemical and nuclear threats"
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has assured that at the Alliance leaders' summit to be held today, Thursday, he hopes the allies will agree to provide support to
against "chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats."
"I hope allies agree to provide additional support, including cybersecurity assistance, as well as equipment to help
protect itself against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats," Stoltenberg told a news conference ahead of the summit.
They will also support the deployment of four new multinational battalions in Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and Bulgaria, given the threat posed by Russia after its invasion of Ukraine.
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