The parties spoke about Ukraine’s current and future needs on the battlefield and Ukraine’s accession to NATO.
Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny and Defense Minister Rustem Umerov on Monday, November 20, met with Pentagon head Lloyd Austin and commander of the US Armed Forces in Europe Christopher Cavoli.
According to Zaluzhny, among other things, the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the necessary technological solutions were discussed in detail.
“I reported the situation at the front. We discussed in detail the general plans in the short, medium and long term. We focused specifically on the needs and technological solutions that will strengthen our capabilities on the battlefield,” wrote Zaluzhny in Facebook.
In turn, Umerov said that Ukraine’s accession to NATO was also discussed at the meeting.
“Another important topic related to NATO. Ukraine chose its own path: to become a member of the alliance. Therefore, NATOification is one of the main priorities of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine,” wrote Umerov.
There was also a fruitful discussion about Ukraine’s current and future battlefields and how the United States and its allies can help address them, he said.
It was previously reported that Zelensky held a meeting with the Pentagon chief. The President noted the importance of the visit of the American delegation on the eve of the next meeting in the Ramstein format, the results of which should strengthen Ukraine on the battlefield.
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