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  • Hamdah Salhut
    Hamdah Salhut “The latest developments will likely strain the Israeli military, which is already stretched thin, amid fears of an all-out regional war. Israeli reservists are operating in both the northern and southern parts of the country as Israel fights Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah in Lebanon. If the air force is going to have to be additionally deployed to more parts of the Middle East like Yemen, it's tough to say how exactly they're going to manage that when they're looking still to recruit more people for the army. It's a lot of pressure on the Israelis as yet another front has opened this morning.” 6 hours ago
  • Yoav Gallant
    Yoav Gallant “The fire that is currently burning in Hodeidah is seen across the Middle East and the significance is clear. The Houthis attacked us over 200 times. The first time that they harmed an Israeli citizen, we struck them. And we will do this in any place where it may be required.” 6 hours ago
  • Izzat al-Rishq
    Izzat al-Rishq “The occupation state will undoubtedly be burned by the fire ignited in Hodeidah today, and the mounting Zionist crimes will change the entire equation.” 6 hours ago
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NATO - Ukraine relations

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“Following my visit to the United States, we have secured new Patriot systems and dozens of other air defense systems. We are working tirelessly to increase the strength and number of Ukrainian Patriots. The Ukrainian Compact, approved at the NATO Summit in Washington, focuses on weapons for our soldiers, the work of defense companies in and with Ukraine, and support for our recovery - all concrete and genuinely supportive of our defense.”

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President of Ukraine
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“At this summit we are turning a corner and putting in place the foundations for Ukraine to prevail. Today, we send a strong message of unity and resolve to Moscow that violence and intimidation do not pay, and that Ukraine can count on NATO now for the long haul.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“NATO has committed to most of what Zelenskyy has been asking for, noting that in addition to the F-16s, the alliance has promised to provide Ukraine with dozens of air defence systems. In particular, the US has agreed to provide Ukraine with four Patriot missile systems, while other members are providing the upkeep and maintenance of these systems. So the Ukrainian president has been given most of what he's been asking for - apart from one very vital thing and that is membership of NATO.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from Washington, DC
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“In the law of armed conflicts there are no limits in terms of the range. So militarily, again, if the target is deeper into Russia, then, military, you'd want to strike that target. If, for example, aircraft that take off from an airfield deeper into Russia. If you push back the Russians deeper into Russia, that will make the fight more difficult for them.”

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Chair of the NATO Military Committee
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“Our purpose now is to put in place the bridge to bring Ukraine closer to and then ultimately into NATO. As I said, it's a bridge that I think you'll see emerge at the summit.”

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U.S. Secretary of State
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“We must ensure reliable and predictable security assistance to Ukraine for the long haul so that we rely less on the voluntary contributions and more on NATO commitments, less on short-term offers and more on multiyear pledges. The reason why we do this is the situation on the battlefield in Ukraine. It is serious. We see how Russia is pushing, and we see how they try to win this war by just waiting us out.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“Ukraine needs even more support. And you need it now. Time in Ukraine is not measured in days, weeks or months. It is measured in human lives. While the world may have been overly optimistic in 2023, we should not make the same mistake becoming overly pessimistic in 2024.”

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Chair of the NATO Military Committee
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“It is the Ukrainians, and only the Ukrainians, who can decide when there are conditions in place for negotiations and who can decide at the negotiating table what is an acceptable solution.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“Ukraine rightfully belongs in NATO. And we will help. With our support, we will make it possible. NATO has decided that Ukraine will become a member of the alliance.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“For any conditions made by [Ukraine President Volodymyr] Zelenskyy to be realistic, they will need to have the buy-in of Ukrainians who have lived in the shadow of an increasingly aggressive neighbour for a long time and have now seen their worst fears come to fruition. A neutral Ukraine would no longer be a NATO partner, although other neutral states, notably Finland and Sweden, are NATO partners. Such a pathway to NATO membership, however unlikely it is to be fulfilled, will be a red line for Putin who views Ukraine differently. For Putin, Ukraine is part of an imagined 'Russian World' or community built on the markers of the Russian language, culture and a 'common glorious past' in a way Finland and Sweden are not, and this has been a driving motivation behind the decision to invade Ukraine. A neutral Ukraine would need to seek security ties outside of NATO to prevent a recurrence of an invasion, given Russia is the aggressor this would need to come from them, but Ukraine would likely look to other members of the UN Security Council [China, France, UK, US] to help uphold this.”

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Senior lecturer in international politics at Newcastle University
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“The truth of the matter is that since 2008 and following the Bucharest NATO Summit Declaration, Russia has made it clear to the West that Ukraine will not be allowed to escape Russian orbit and influence. Russia openly and consistently declared that the Bucharest NATO Summit Declaration in April 2008, which confirmed that Georgia and Ukraine will become NATO members, was a colossal strategic mistake and posed a direct threat to the core strategic interests of Russia. But the invasion of Ukraine is not about re-establishing a Soviet Empire 2.0. It is about securing what is considered vital to Russian strategic interests. If Russian interests are not taken into consideration by the West, Putin will wreck Ukraine, which he is currently in the process of doing. Russia does not have the desire or capacity to fully occupy the country. Neutrality is a panacea to solving the current crisis, and Finland is the model that provides a reasonable path ahead.”

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Associate professor in strategic studies at the University of Plymouth
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“Today, many journalists and many leaders are hinting a little to Ukraine that it is possible not to take risks, not to constantly raise the issue of future membership in the alliance [NATO], because these risks are associated with the reaction of the Russian Federation. I believe that we should move along the path we have chosen.”

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President of Ukraine
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“We have no plans to deploy NATO combat troops to Ukraine...we are focusing on providing support. There is a difference between being a NATO member and being a strong and highly valued partner as Ukraine.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“Allies are sending more ships & jets to enhance NATO defensive deployments in eastern Europe. A strong sign of allied solidarity. Offers include: Danish F-16 jets to Lithuania. French troops to Romania. Dutch F-35 jets to Bulgaria. Spanish frigate heading to the Black Sea.”

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NATO Spokesperson
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“The likelihood that Ukraine is going to join NATO in the near term is not very likely, based on much more work they have to do in terms of democracy and a few other things going on there.”

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President of the United States
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“In our prior consultations and meetings with allies … it has become crystal clear that not a single ally inside the Nato alliance is willing to budge or negotiate anything as it relates to Nato's open-door policy. I cannot imagine any scenario where that is up for discussion... I think we're operating in today's world with Nato as it stands today, and I don't think anyone inside the Nato alliance is interested in going back in time to revisit an era where Nato looked a lot different than it does today.”

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US ambassador to Nato
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“We were firm ... in pushing back on security proposals that are simply non-starters to the United States. We will not allow anyone to slam closed NATO's open-door policy, which has always been central to the NATO alliance. We will not forego bilateral cooperation with sovereign states that wish to work with the United States, and we will not make decisions about Ukraine without Ukraine, about Europe without Europe, or about NATO without NATO.”

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US Deputy Secretary of State
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