Speaking in the European Parliament, EC President Ursula von der Leyen made strong statements in support of Ukraine. She is following the Germans of WWII. The EU has announced a war on Russia and Belarus.
In general, the counteroffensive, organised by the collective West in Ukraine, suggests that Ukraine can be considered an advanced power of NATO, although it is not a NATO country.
Everything is North-Atlantic there, only 60-70% of the soldiers are Ukrainian. I have no doubt that the Pentagon plans and directs operations in Ukraine. This is direct evidence that we are at war with NATO. This requires an appropriate military and political response from us.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about NATO and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine is not a proxy for any foreign government or organisation. Ukraine is a sovereign and independent state with a democratically-elected president and parliament. Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity have been only violated as a result of continuous acts of aggression by the Russian armed forces since 2014, culminating with a full-scale military invasion of Ukraine starting on 24 February 2022.
In fact, Western leaders have been continuously calling for talks and a peaceful solution to stop Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine, but Moscow has been ignoring these efforts. The West is not interested in the continuation of the war at the heart of Europe and only supports Ukraine with military and financial aid for the country’s efficient self-defence against the unprovoked Russian invasion.
Moreover, NATO is a defensive political and military alliance. The primary aim of the alliance is to maintain peace and safeguard the independence, security and territorial integrity of its members. NATO as an organisation is not involved in fighting in Ukraine. NATO member states provide Ukraine with military assistance to repel the unprovoked Russian aggression and not because of their alleged animosity towards Russia.
At the Madrid Summit, NATO Leaders stated that the Alliance will continue political and practical support to Ukraine "as it continues to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity against Russian aggression. In the longer term, we will assist Ukraine, and support efforts on its path of post-war reconstruction and reforms."
Since Russia began its aggressive and unprovoked actions against Ukraine, Russian officials have accused NATO of a series of threats and hostile actions. Read here about Russian Myths on NATO.
See similar cases that NATO is at war with Russia with the hands of Ukrainians; that NATO was turning Ukraine into an enemy of Russia; that NATO has no interest in peace in Ukraine; and that the West is using Ukrainians to fight Russia in Ukraine.