Dec. 29 () –
The former Supreme Commander of the NATO Defense Forces in Europe, retired General Wesley Clark, has called on the United States and other Western countries to “mobilize” part of their industry in order to provide Ukraine with as many weapons as necessary. as long as the war with Russia continues.
“We need to move to the partial mobilization of our industrial base,” defended this decorated US general, who has emphasized the need for Ukraine’s allies to realistically assess the supplies and needs that it will demand as the war continues. conflict.
In that sense, Clark has pointed out that Ukraine needs not only complex Patriot missile defense systems, but also tanks, artillery, long-range missiles, or kamikaze Switchblade 600 drones, reports Ukrinform.
On the other hand, the former NATO commander has also stressed the need to speed up the process of creating an international court in which to sit those responsible for the Kremlin for this war, giving as an example the special court that was established to condemn former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic.
“In my experience as Commander-in-Chief, when Slobodan Milosevic had to be indicted, there were those in the White House who said, ‘Oh no, that could complicate things,’ but it didn’t,” Clark recalled. “That is why it is now necessary to indict Putin and all his generals for war crimes,” he said.