NATO cân nhắc việc tiếp quản nhóm do Mỹ đứng đầu chỉ đạo viện trợ quân sự cho Ukraine

đề xuất đối mặt với trở ngại, bao gồm cả việc liệu tất cả thành viên có đồng ý với thay đổi hay không. Tuy nhiên, liên minh lo lắng về việc Mỹ mất đi sự ủng hộ dành cho Kiev

With continued American aid to Ukraine stalled and the looming prospect of a second Trump presidency, NATO’s top diplomat said on Wednesday that the alliance was poised to take more control over military support sent to Ukraine — a role that the United States has played for the past two years.

Details are still being worked out, but Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO secretary general, said foreign ministers meeting in Brussels agreed to pursue plans (đồng ý theo đuổi kế hoạch) to give the military alliance (liên minh quân sự) more oversight in coordinating security assistance and training for Ukraine.

Should the plan comes to fruition (kết quả), it would represent a shift from NATO’s previous reluctance to be pulled more directly into the conflict and risk (xung đột và rủi ro) a severe military response from President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia. And it is not certain that NATO’s most powerful member, the United States, ultimately will agree to a measure that could dilute its influence.

One measure discussed at Wednesday’s meetings, officials said, would bring the Ukraine Defense Contact Group under NATO’s control. The group is currently led by the United States, and coordinates the donation and delivery of weapons to Ukraine’s battlefields.

Discussions are also underway about a plan floated by Mr. Stoltenberg to secure an additional $100 billion from the alliance’s 32 member states for Ukraine over five years. He called it obvious “that we need new and more money for Ukraine, and we need it over many years.” He added that he hoped to have final agreements by a July summit meeting of NATO leaders in Washington, where officials are expected to continue debating when Ukraine will be allowed to join the military alliance, as has been promised for years.

Ukraine’s foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, is scheduled to meet top NATO diplomats at headquarters on Thursday, the official 75th anniversary of the military alliance that was created at the start of the Cold War in a collective security pact (hiệp ước an ninh tập thể) against the Soviet Union.

Its latest member is Sweden, which abandoned decades of nonalignment after Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022. Sweden joined the alliance formally last month, and Wednesday was the first time its foreign minister, Tobias Billström, joined the diplomatic discussions (thảo luận ngoại giao) as a full NATO member.

source: nytimes,

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