NATO’s chief urges South Korea to step up army help for Ukraine

SEOUL (Reuters) – NATO Secretary-Common Jens Stoltenberg urged South Korea on Monday to extend army help to Ukraine, referring to international locations which have modified their coverage of not offering weapons to international locations in battle after Russia’s invasion.

Stoltenberg is presently in Seoul, the primary cease on a visit that may embrace Japan and is aimed toward strengthening ties with the U.S. allies within the face of the battle in Ukraine and rising competitors with China.

(Reporting by Soo-hyang Choi; Enhancing by Kim Coghill)

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