Has Russia′s carpet bombing of Ukraine been halted? | Europe | News and current affairs from around the continent | DW

Uniformed officers from numerous Western countries are staring at laptops in a large screened-off room full of provisionally laid data cables. Many languages overlap as they maintain contact with their respective high commands and with the Ukrainian government. According to reports by several US media outlets that were recently granted access to the US’s Patch Barracks installation on the outskirts of Stuttgart, in southwestern Germany, it is from this room that the United States and its allies are coordinating the supply of military aid to Ukraine. And it is believed that, in the coming weeks, this could force a turning point in the war.

The barracks, situated close to the airport and the highway, is home to the US Army’s European Command (EUCOM). On July 1, EUCOM was placed under…

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