Ukraine war: ‘NATO never more united’ says Biden as alliance boosts eastern forces
Written by Olarotimi Oshin on March 25, 2022
As Russia’s unprovoked war in Ukraine enters its second month, NATO leaders have approved major troop increases to protect eastern countries, as well as more military assistance for Kyiv.
After the failure of their initial invasion to make significant headway, Vladimir Putin’s forces have resorted to bombarding towns and cities from distance, causing massive death and destruction.
Amid Europe’s worst refugee crisis since World War II, millions of Ukrainians have fled their homes to safer parts of the country, or abroad.
The statement informed that in the short-term, donor governments must bridge the gap between what people can pay and higher prices, and deliver much-needed aid to people facing severe hunger who will be even more impacted by the rise in food prices.