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NATO chief chides members as Ukraine’s allies say slow arms deliveries have helped Russia

Associated Press

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — NATO’s secretary general says the alliance’s member countries have failed to deliver in time what they promised to Ukraine. Jens Stoltenberg said during a visit to Kyiv that “serious delays in support have meant serious consequences on the battlefield.” Russia is hurrying to exploit its advantages before Kyiv’s depleted forces get more Western military supplies. Ukraine’s president says new Western supplies have started arriving, but slowly. Stoltenberg says more weapons and ammunition are on the way, including Patriot missile systems to defend against heavy Russian barrages. In other developments, Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh made an unannounced visit to Ukraine – the first British royal to travel to the country since Russia’s 2022 invasion.

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