‘Ukraine is simply the First Battle’: Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wesley Clark Interview

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Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wesley Clark told DW that he was “surprised by the ineffectiveness of the Russian military” in Ukraine. “The Russians have proven themselves a relatively inept force,” he said. Clarke said “any negotiations will be determined by the outcome on the ground, [which] is determined by the resistance of the Ukrainians” and that NATO should increase its support to Ukraine by giving it “javelins, stingers and as much anti-air and air support as is feasible to do.” Clark added that although it wasn’t possible to establish a “legalistic” no-fly zone in Ukraine, “air support can be provided by nations who are willing to go in.”

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