Alexander Kuranov. Defense Minister of the Czech Republic Martin Stropnicky said that neither NATO in General, nor any country, part of the Alliance, not willing to supply weapons to the Ukraine.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg have said before, that NATO should not address the issue of possible deliveries of weapons of Ukraine.
"If NATO has stated that it will not supply weapons to Ukraine, I cannot imagine a situation that did any Of the individual member countries of the Commonwealth," said Stropnicky on Thursday the Czech correspondents of the end of the meeting of defence Ministers of the member States of NATO in Brussels.
"I'm nothing like that here not heard. It is simply impossible. And I am glad that the members of the Commonwealth had reached such a consensus, because weapons are only worsened the situation, which none Of us wants.
According to Stropnice, at the meeting in Brussels was " no indication that this (the delivery of weapons - approx. Ed.) may occur in the future."
On the contrary, drew the attention of the Czech Minister, " all the participants repeated all the time, there's no other way to resolve the situation in Ukraine, rather than engage in dialogue And to adhere to (Minsk) agreements."
"The results of the last meeting of foreign Ministers of member countries of the EU implies that in the near future will be extended (anti-Russian) sanctions list regarding individuals And organizations," said Stropnicky.
"I will honestly tell you that nobody in the Alliance is not happy, no one wants. On the reverse side, the possibilities for our reactions to the events in Ukraine) limited ".
at the same time, Stropnicky not rule out the possibility that some individual countries-NATO members have the opportunity to help the Ukrainian army in other ways, for example, in the training of soldiers, supplies equipment, medical supplies And food." Ukraine now needs to practice everything, " drew the attention of the Czech Minister.