Small wins buoy Ukraine; West says Russians losing momentum

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Nearly three months have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine

By OLEKSANDR STASHEVSKYI and CIARAN McQUILLAN Associated Press 15 May 2022, 19:20 • 7 min read The Associated Press Ukrainian servicemen walk in the forest near a recently retaken village, north of Kharkiv…Read More

Top diplomats from NATO met in Berlin with the alliance’s chief, who declared that the war “is not going as Moscow had planned.”

“Ukraine can win this war,” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said, adding that the alliance must continue to offer military support to Kyiv. He spoke by video link to the meeting as he recovers from a COVID-19 infection.

On the diplomatic front, both Finland and Sweden took steps bringing them closer to NATO membership despite Russian objections. Finland announced Sunday that it was seeking to join NATO, saying the invasion had changed Europe’s security landscape. Several hours later, Sweden’s governing party endorsed the country’s own bid for membership, which could lead to an application in...

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