NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday that Western countries are not tiring on providing aid to Ukraine.
During an event in Oslo, Norway, the NATO secretary general stressed that support for Ukraine is being "stepped up."
"Everyone is on alert for signs of fatigue in our democracies, in NATO countries and partners, in terms of our ability to support. So far, we haven't seen it," Stoltenberg said.
The NATO chief maintained that there is still "strong cross-party support across NATO allies both in Europe and the USA." Stoltenberg added that despite having "different voices" and opinions on the issue of support for Ukraine, there remains predominantly a "political will to stand by Ukraine."
In a news conference last month, Stoltenberg had emphasized that NATO allies were united in supporting Ukraine and would "not be intimidated" from doing so.