During the July summit, Ukraine may receive clearer support from the countries of the North Atlantic Alliance.
Ukraine can get clearer support from the countries of the North Atlantic Alliance at the NATO summit, which will be held July 11-12 in Vilnius. This was stated by the US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland during the Kyiv Security Forum.
“I think in Vilnius, Ukraine can expect a clearer expression of what we have already said. That we support Ukraine, which is becoming more democratic and strong. And we support it for a long time – as each individual Alliance member, so and together,” he said.
Nuland noted that NATO is already cooperating with Ukraine in the field of intelligence and cybersecurity, and the results of such cooperation can be seen by our country.
The NATO summit is scheduled for July 11-12, 2023 in Vilnius.
Remember, on the eve of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Ukraine’s accession to NATO will not take place while the war is going on, but the path to future membership is open.
President Volodymyr Zelensky emphasized that Ukraine is doing everything possible to make a decision that will work for our state at the NATO summit in Vilnius.
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