Kiev will not participate in the NATO summit

Kiev will not participate in the NATO summit
Kiev will not participate in the NATO summit
24 March, 09:34Politics
The Ukrainian delegation will not take part in the NATO summit on March 24-25 in Brussels, where the first defense strategy of the European Union will be approved. This was stated by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.

“We are not taking part in this summit, there will not be a Ukrainian delegation physically there”, - TASS quoted the minister as saying.

At the same time, Kiev is not waiting for "tough" and "radical" decisions regarding Moscow, but is confident that the result will come with time.

The NATO summit will be held at the level of heads of state. In addition, the EU and G7 summits will be held in Brussels. These are meetings organized as a matter of urgency. Initially, the NATO summit was scheduled for June and was to be held in Spain.

Note that Ukraine no longer hopes to join the European Union and NATO. Earlier, Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky said that the republic had cooled off on the issue of joining the North Atlantic Alliance, since NATO would most likely not accept the country as a member in the next 5-10 years, so as not to spoil relations with Moscow. The fact that the alliance is not ready to ensure the security of Ukraine was also stated by Dmitry Kuleba.

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