While NATO countries have not been able to directly support Ukraine, some European countries have been providing assistance to Ukraine.
Russian forces have been launching an aggressive offensive against Ukraine for the third day in a row. The three-pronged attack, which was carried out by air, sea and land, caused great casualties. Russian forces have attacked and destroyed numerous Ukrainian military targets.
Similarly Ukraine is retaliating against Russian forces to defend themselves. The Ukrainian capital, Kiev, is under siege by Russian forces. Thus there is a constant tense situation.
Meanwhile, some European countries have been providing assistance to Ukraine, with NATO failing to directly support Ukraine. The United States has provided a loan of 4 trillion rupees to Ukraine.
In this context, Ukrainian President Zhelensky said that weapons were coming from allied countries. In a post on his Twitter page, he said, ‘A new day has begun with diplomatic talks with French President Emmanuel Macron. Weapons and military supplies are arriving in Ukraine from our allies. The anti-war coalition is working. ‘
In New Delhi, Polish Ambassador to India Adam Purakovsky said that countries including Poland and Sweden were providing arms assistance to Ukraine and that the European Union and other organizations had imposed sanctions on Russia. The war could escalate further as allies supply arms to Ukraine, which is fighting Russia.