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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.” 5 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.” 5 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.” 5 hours ago
  • Yousef Mawry
    Yousef Mawry “The Houthis say that any state, any Arab regime, any government in the region that helps Israel or the US carry out attacks on Yemen will be met with retaliation. It's going to be an all-out attack against all Israeli, US and British military presence across the region - whether that would be in the island of Socotra here in Yemen, US military bases in Saudi Arabia, UAE and Jordan. The Houthis are basically declaring war on Israel, the US, the British government and any Arab regime considered an ally of Israel.” 23 hours ago
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“It is astonishing. The European Union, which was created to ensure the wellbeing and stability of all its members, has now evolved into a NATO appendage. And [now the EU] is no less aggressively and, perhaps, sometimes even more aggressively demanding to inflict a defeat on Russia. What kind of strategic or any other dialogue could there be?”

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Russian Foreign Minister
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“Orban has made it clear that he doesn't support Ukraine's victory. If Ukraine is not to win, that will help undermine European liberal democracy, too, because it creates a grey zone right in the heart of European geopolitics, which will continually be used against us. The EU needs to think about refreezing the aid from Brussels that was released last December, and to force Hungary to choose a side. We haven't yet made the Hungarian people put the pressure on Orban, because we haven't made them choose between the benefits that they get from living under a corrupt regime that is channelling EU money to them [and] paying any of the dues of democracy. They've chosen Orban four times. They've been clear. If there's a chance of getting kicked out of the EU, getting limited membership of NATO rather than the full thing, then I think it starts to change the equation. A break needs to come.”

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International relations expert at the Centre for Liberal Modernity, a Berlin think tank
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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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“What is success? And for me, for us, I think success is very clear. It's a Ukraine that is a strong, successful country, increasingly integrated with the West, and a country that can stand on its own feet militarily, economically, democratically. But it's also critical that Ukraine develop the capability to deter and defend against aggression going forward over many years. President Biden led the way in getting now more than 30 countries to agree to negotiate bilateral security agreements with Ukraine over a decade. The United States is trying to stimulate private investment in Ukraine so that its economy can grow and thrive. Now, of course, for both its military capacity and its economic capacity, you've got to make sure that you have air defences in place to try to protect the areas in which you're making investments. We're driving that. I think you'll see more news on that in the coming weeks as we get to the NATO summit actually next week.”

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U.S. Secretary of State
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“I won't go into operational details about how many nuclear warheads should be operational and which should be stored, but we need to consult on these issues. That's exactly what we're doing. Transparency helps to communicate the direct message that we, of course, are a nuclear alliance. NATO's aim is, of course, a world without nuclear weapons, but as long as nuclear weapons exist, we will remain a nuclear alliance, because a world where Russia, China and North Korea have nuclear weapons, and NATO does not, is a more dangerous world.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“The conditions are very simple. As soon as they declare in Kyiv that they are ready for such a decision and begin a real withdrawal of troops from these regions [including Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia], and also officially announce the abandonment of their plans to join NATO - on our side, immediately, literally at the same minute, an order will follow to cease fire and begin negotiations. I repeat, we will do this immediately. Naturally, we will simultaneously guarantee the unhindered and safe withdrawal of Ukrainian units and formations.”

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President of Russia
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“No Hungarian personnel will take part in these activities and no Hungarian funds will be used to support them. At the same time, the prime minister has assured me that Hungary will not oppose these efforts, enabling other allies to move forward, and he has confirmed that Hungary will continue to meet its NATO commitments in full.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“You should not make Russia out to be the enemy. You're only hurting yourself with this, you know? They thought that Russia wanted to attack NATO. Have you gone completely crazy? That is as thick as this table. Who came up with this? It is just complete nonsense, you know? Total rubbish.”

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President of Russia
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“And because the threat from Russia will continue, we and other allies decided last year to deploy additional units to the Baltic states and to station an entire brigade there permanently in future. But this turnaround in security policy is necessary to show Russia: We are prepared to defend every square inch of NATO territory against attacks.”

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Chancellor of Germany
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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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“Ukraine could not use the long-range weapons without significant NATO support. For instance, long-range precision weapons cannot be used without space-based reconnaissance. Final target selection or launch mission for Western systems need to be made by highly skilled specialists who rely on this reconnaissance data. So, these officials from NATO countries, especially the ones based in Europe, particularly in small European countries, should be fully aware of what is at stake. They should keep in mind that theirs are small and densely populated countries, which is a factor to reckon with before they start talking about striking deep into the Russian territory.”

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President of Russia
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“We are standing strong with Ukraine and we will stand with them. We're standing against a man whom I've known well for many years, a brutal tyrant. We may not, we will not walk away. There are no American soldiers in the war in Ukraine. I'm determined to keep it that way. Putin was certain that NATO would fracture. Today the greatest defence alliance in the history of the world is stronger than ever.”

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President of the United States
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“The Russian military is fighting a serious and difficult war with the Ukrainians. If the Russians were strong enough to wrestle down the Ukrainians in one go, they would have done so already. NATO's military capabilities far exceeded those of Ukraine, therefore it is unlikely that Russia or any other country would mount an attack against NATO. I do not consider it logical that Russia, which cannot even defeat Ukraine, would all of a sudden come and swallow the Western world whole. The chances of this are extremely slim.”

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Prime Minister of Hungary
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“Western allies are taking too long to make key decisions , opens new tabon military support for Ukraine. Every decision to which we, then later everyone together, comes to is late by around one year. Russians are using 300 planes on the territory of Ukraine. We need at least 120, 130 planes to resist in the sky. You can't provide that right now? OK ... returning to the planes that you have on the territory of neighbouring NATO countries: raise them up ... shoot down targets, protect civilians. Can they do this? I'm sure that yes. Is this an attack by NATO countries, involvement? No.”

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President of Ukraine
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“In Europe the atmosphere is war, politics is dominated by the logic of war. I see everyone preparing for war. We are one step away from the West sending troops to Ukraine. This is a vortex of war that could push Europe into the abyss. Brussels he is playing with fire. We Hungarians know what war is like. We've been involved enough times. We don't want war and we don't want Hungary to become a playground for the great powers again. This is why we must fight for peace - at home, in Brussels, in Washington, at the United Nations and in NATO.”

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Prime Minister of Hungary
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“According to international law, we all recognise another country's territorial integrity, sovereignty, and the inviolability of its borders. This is a sound theory of international law. But the Russians will never give up Crimea, Donbas, or Luhansk. There is no military solution and never will be. There will only be 100,000 more dead on one side or the other. The only thing that can help is for NATO to interfere, and this is World War III.”

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Slovak Prime Minister
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“Ukraine clearly lacks sufficient air-defense systems and this is evident to all of our partners. There are air-defense systems around the world that can help. Only political will is required to transfer them to Ukraine. Patriots' must now be in Ukraine, so there will be no need to use them on NATO's entire eastern flank in the future.”

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President of Ukraine
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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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