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Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary-general of Nato, emphasized the mutual reliance between Europe and the US, stating that they are "stronger together" during a ceremony

commemorating the alliance's 75th anniversary.

Addressing the event, Stoltenberg highlighted the essential role of the US in providing security to Europe while underscoring Europe's contribution through its militaries, intelligence, and diplomatic leverage. He stressed the importance of collaboration within Nato, asserting, "I believe in America and Europe together in Nato, because we are stronger and safer together."

Stoltenberg's remarks come amid discussions within the alliance regarding a proposed €100 billion five-year fund aimed at providing long-term military support for Ukraine. This initiative seeks to ensure that aid to Kyiv remains unaffected by political changes in the US or other Nato member states.

While a $60 billion US aid package has faced delays in Congress, Stoltenberg pointed out Nato's growth from 12 to 32 member countries over 75 years as evidence of its effectiveness.

In response to Stoltenberg's speech, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on the deteriorating relations between Russia and Nato, characterizing the alliance's involvement in the Ukraine conflict as a "direct confrontation." He accused Nato of being a "destabilizing element" controlled by the US.

Despite the alliance's defensive nature, Peskov alleged that Nato was designed as a tool of confrontation and warned against any proposals that might escalate tensions or shift Nato's focus from defense to offense.

While several Nato members have expressed support for providing military assistance to Ukraine, Hungary has voiced reservations, citing concerns about escalating tensions. Stoltenberg assured that the framework for support to Ukraine is being developed, reaffirming Nato's commitment to stand by Ukraine's side.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba emphasized the urgent need for air defense systems, including Patriot missiles, to safeguard Ukrainian lives and cities.

As Nato grapples with these challenges, Stoltenberg highlighted the importance of European allies to the US, recalling their support after the 9/11 attacks. He underscored the principle of collective defense within Nato, emphasizing that an attack on one ally is considered an attack on all.

In response to increased security threats from Russia, Nato allies have intensified efforts to strengthen their armed forces, with countries like Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Sweden, and Lithuania bolstering their military capabilities through measures such as conscription and increased defense spending. Photo by Fornyingsdepartementet, Wikimedia commons

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