FIRST VISIT IN UKRAINE BELGIUM - UKRAINE | NOVEMBER 2015   Jens Stoltenberg, Nato secretary-general for Monocle Magazine  writer: Steve Bloomfield   The NATO secretary-general’s plane climbs through the clouds, leaving Kiev behind as it heads west back to Brussels. Over the past 30 hours, Jens Stoltenberg has taken two helicopter rides, addressed four press conferences, held six meetings with Ukrainian government officials and been presented with one very large loaf of bread. Throughout it all the former Norwegian prime minister has tried to walk a very fine line: showing just enough enthusiasm towards his Ukrainian hosts without further antagonising Russia.

FIRST VISIT IN UKRAINE
BELGIUM - UKRAINE | NOVEMBER 2015

Jens Stoltenberg, Nato secretary-general for Monocle Magazine

writer: Steve Bloomfield


The NATO secretary-general’s plane climbs through the clouds, leaving Kiev behind as it heads west back to Brussels. Over the past 30 hours, Jens Stoltenberg has taken two helicopter rides, addressed four press conferences, held six meetings with Ukrainian government officials and been presented with one very large loaf of bread. Throughout it all the former Norwegian prime minister has tried to walk a very fine line: showing just enough enthusiasm towards his Ukrainian hosts without further antagonising Russia.

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  FIRST VISIT IN UKRAINE BELGIUM - UKRAINE | NOVEMBER 2015   Jens Stoltenberg, Nato secretary-general for Monocle Magazine  writer: Steve Bloomfield   The NATO secretary-general’s plane climbs through the clouds, leaving Kiev behind as it heads west back to Brussels. Over the past 30 hours, Jens Stoltenberg has taken two helicopter rides, addressed four press conferences, held six meetings with Ukrainian government officials and been presented with one very large loaf of bread. Throughout it all the former Norwegian prime minister has tried to walk a very fine line: showing just enough enthusiasm towards his Ukrainian hosts without further antagonising Russia.
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FIRST VISIT IN UKRAINE
BELGIUM - UKRAINE | NOVEMBER 2015

Jens Stoltenberg, Nato secretary-general for Monocle Magazine

writer: Steve Bloomfield


The NATO secretary-general’s plane climbs through the clouds, leaving Kiev behind as it heads west back to Brussels. Over the past 30 hours, Jens Stoltenberg has taken two helicopter rides, addressed four press conferences, held six meetings with Ukrainian government officials and been presented with one very large loaf of bread. Throughout it all the former Norwegian prime minister has tried to walk a very fine line: showing just enough enthusiasm towards his Ukrainian hosts without further antagonising Russia.

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