However, it is not about the NATO military legion, which, according to the paranoid statement of Vladimir Putin is fighting in Ukraine and opposes "valiant" Putin's Novorossians. According to Stoltenberg, the only foreign troops that are now in Ukraine are Russian.
NATO Secretary General stated it during a press conference after the meeting of NATO-Ukraine Commission.
"The statement about NATO legions in Ukraine is a nonsense. There is no NATO legions. Foreign troops in Ukraine are Russian ones," said Stoltenberg.
According to Stoltenberg, Russian troops on the territory of Ukraine and the support given by the Kremlin to its militants, providing them with weaponry is the main problem. Moreover, NATO Secretary General said that recently the supply of military equipment from Russia has significantly increased.
"We're talking about different types of heavy weapon," said Stoltenberg.
Earlier, it was reported that the Russian president had an attack of paranoia. During his speech to the students at the National Mineral Resources University in St. Petersburg, he intimidated the students that in Ukraine there was a NATO legion.