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Admiral Bauer, NATO military head, makes first Ukraine visit since Russian invasion

On the morning of 21 March, Russia launched a massive missile strike on Kyiv, the first in 44 days.
Chairman of the NATO Military Committee Admiral Rob Bauer in Kyiv. Photo: Kyiv Security Forum
Admiral Bauer, NATO military head, makes first Ukraine visit since Russian invasion

NATO’s top military officer, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee Admiral Rob Bauer, has arrived in Kyiv for the first time since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine began. He has already addressed the Kyiv Security Forum and also plans to meet with Ukrainian political and military leadership.

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“Together, we are putting everything in place to make Ukraine a member of NATO. The Swedish flag will not be the only blue and yellow flag at NATO headquarters,” Bauer said in Kyiv.

In January, the NATO Military Committee’s Dutch chairman Admiral Rob Bauer stated that the alliance needs a “transformation of its warfighting approach.” He later added that the West must prepare for “all-out war” with Russia.

On the morning of 21 March, Russia launched a massive missile strike on Kyiv, the first in 44 days. Thirteen people were injured, but there were no fatalities. Ukrainian air defenses shot down around 30 Russian missiles over Kyiv, including ballistic missiles.

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