The majority of Ukrainians are in favor of Ukraine joining the European Union and NATO in the future.
The North Atlantic Alliance wants to join Ukraine, not the other way around. This was announced on Thursday, September 22, by Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba in the broadcast of the UN Security Council.
Kuleba was asked about his country’s possible NATO membership.
“I think NATO now wants to join Ukraine,” he replied.
The head of Ukrainian diplomacy took part in the meeting of the UN Security Council in Ukraine.
It should be noted that the majority of Ukrainians are in favor of our country joining NATO in the future.
This is confirmed by the results of a survey by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology and the National Democratic Institute in Ukraine, which was conducted on August 2-9.
So, 79% of Ukrainians want Ukraine to join NATO in 2030, in May there were 73% of such people. 69% of respondents expect our state to join NATO compared to 65% in May.
The idea of membership in the Alliance is supported in the West and in the Center – 86% and 81% respectively. In the South, 73% of respondents want to join NATO, in the East – 71%.
Earlier, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Peskov, said that Russia is mobilizing forces precisely because of the confrontation with NATO.
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