As the out-of-control global governing body expands its military action worldwide, more NATO soldiers occupy Serbia.
In an effort to put a stop to ethnic Serbian demonstrations against Albanian mayors that are among those placed by Kosovo authorities to rule over the Serbian minority in the area, NATO is deploying 700 more soldiers to Kosovo.
As prolonged Serbian demonstrations become violent, 30 NATO “peacekeepers” have already suffered injuries, along with 52 other protestors. At least 4,000 NATO soldiers are presently occupying the nation, but they are quickly losing support among irate Serbians who are sick of serving their globalist overlords.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters in Oslo, “We decided that we would deploy 700 more soldiers from the operational reserve forces for the western Balkans in addition to putting an extra unit of reserve troops on high alert to ensure that they can also be deployed if necessary.”
The media has reported on the risky and absurd consequences of NATO’s engagement in Ukraine, which may have been done on purpose to damage the West.
“On February 13, 2023, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stated that the Western friends of Ukraine are having trouble supplying the country with the armaments it needs to fight Russia.”
Jens Stoltenberg told reporters on February 13 that “the conflict in Ukraine has consumed a tremendous amount of ammunition and depleted allied stockpiles.”
“Ukraine’s current pace of ammunition spending is far greater than our existing rate of manufacturing. Our military businesses are placed under pressure as a result,” the NATO Secretary General added.
The Collective West has been equipping Ukraine to the hilt with a steady onslaught of military help, combined with massive infusions of economic aid totaling more than $100 billion, since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022.
Stoltenberg acknowledged that NATO is making mistakes in its efforts to provide Ukraine with a steady stream of weaponry. It now takes 12 to 28 months to get the requisite projectiles, such as large-caliber ammo.
Although specific figures for the quantity of ammunition the Ukrainian armed forces have used in recent months have been rather hazy, a French military source asserts that in July 2022, the Ukrainians shot around 6,000 artillery rounds every day.
Author: Steven Sinclaire