Probability of Russian aggression against NATO rises if West ceases aid to Ukraine — Nausėda
Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda says that if the West stops supporting Ukraine, the likelihood of Russian aggression against NATO member states will increase
Delfi reported the information.
According to the Lithuanian president, it all depends on how the events in Ukraine develop.
"If Russia fails to turn the tide in its favor, it will certainly be stuck there for a long time and will not be able to fight on several fronts. If everything is different, and the West suddenly turns its back on Ukraine and does not provide it with the necessary assistance... Yes, it could happen, but the likelihood of such a scenario is low," Nausėda said, commenting on Russia's threats against NATO.
The Lithuanian president added that "no one has an answer to the question of when Russia's behavior might change and when it will turn its gaze toward NATO."
On November 6, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda said that as the world focuses on new conflicts, Lithuania's diplomatic efforts should be directed at international support for Ukraine.