NATO Military Committee Chair on aid to Ukraine: "We will see significant improvements soon" 05/17/2024 11:00:52. Total views 211. Views today — 5.

Admiral Rob Bauer, the head of NATO's Military Committee, promises that "we will see significant improvements" in military aid to Ukraine in the near future. The admiral made this statement during a meeting of the chiefs of general staff of NATO countries in Brussels on May 16, as reported by Polske Radio.

"A lot of things are happening right now. I don't want to go into detail about what was said, but I'm confident that we will see significant improvements soon. Practical assistance is on its way to Ukraine. Many chiefs of general staff spoke today about deliveries within days and weeks", - Bauer said.

It is noted that, according to Alliance military officials, russia does not have the necessary forces and capabilities to break through and gain a strategic advantage in the offensive on the border area of Kharkiv. "I am confident that Ukrainian forces will hold the front line", - said NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe, General Christopher Cavoli.

At the same time, military officials acknowledge that russia is significantly advancing in enhancing its defensive potential. It is doing so faster than Europe and North America.

As previously reported, NATO stated that the russian army does not have enough forces to achieve a strategic breakthrough in northern Kharkiv, but at the same time, the enemy is capable of achieving local successes.