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NATO foreign ministers are meeting in Bucharest to discuss more aid for Ukraine over the winter. NATO chiefJens Stoltenberg said the alliance would not back down in its support for Kyiv.

Russia is “now attacking civilian targets, cities, because they’re not able to win territory and to avoid Ukraine solely liberating more and more territory,” Stoltenberg said.

In their two days of meetings, ministers are expected to discuss a particularly urgent need for help with power provision after more Russian attacks on the country’s energy infrastructure. NATO allies had already delivered generators and spare parts to help Ukraine rebuild damaged facilities, Stoltenberg said, with more help on its way.

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