NATO foreign ministers meet in Prague seeking ways to get Ukraine more flexibility and air defense to counter Russian advances

May 30, 2024

Washington Examiner

BLINKEN: ‘WE’VE ADAPTED AND ADJUSTED’: NATO foreign ministers are meeting in Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, as pressure grows to provide Ukraine with not just more air defense but also the flexibility to use long-range weapons in cross-border strikes on Russian positions.

During a visit to Moldova ahead of today’s meetings, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who has reportedly been working behind the scenes to craft a new policy, hinted strongly that President Joe Biden may agree to a modification of the U.S. ban on using American weapons to strike Russian soil.

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