Fajon: If the aid to Ukraine is not enough, Russia could attack NATO countries

Tanja Fajon / Photo: EPA / DUMITRU DORU

Slovenia shares the concern of some politicians and experts that Russia could start a war against NATO countries if the aid to Ukraine is not enough, said the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, Tanja Fajon.

"I share the countries' concern that Russian aggression in Ukraine could spread to neighboring countries. That is why we are doing everything possible to ensure peace," she said in an interview with Ukrinform.

Fayon said she participated in the UN General Assembly and Security Council sessions to show support for Ukraine.

"Two years ago we were shocked that a neighboring country could attack Ukraine, resort to such brutal aggression," Fayon said, adding "we must make every effort to find a political solution to the war."

She emphasized that Slovenia supports the Ukrainian peace formula and all peace initiatives that are in accordance with international law and the UN Charter.

"I also believe we need wider international support, especially from the Global South," added Faillon.

On February 23, the UN Security Council held an open debate at the ministerial level, dedicated to the second anniversary of Russia's war against Ukraine.

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