NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has responded to the drone attacks in russia. While he did not confirm the involvement of Ukrainian military forces, he emphasized that Ukraine has the right to defend itself. This information is reported by RBC-Ukraine, citing Stoltenberg's statement prior to the meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Oslo.
"We have the same position now as we did at the beginning of the war, which is that Ukraine has the right to defend itself", - he said.
The NATO Secretary General emphasized that the war unleashed by the russian dictator putin is a clear violation of international law. In turn, Ukraine is defending itself, and this right is enshrined in the UN Charter.
"There is no doubt that this is a military aggression by President Putin and Moscow against peaceful Ukrainians", - Stoltenberg stated.
Previously, putin narrowly avoided a drone attack at his residence in Novo-Ogarevo, near moscow.