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Ukraine may not be satisfied with the outcome of the NATO summit

Jul 10, 2024

Ukraine may not be fully satisfied with the results of the NATO summit that began in the US capital.

According to Yevropeiska Pravda, Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said this in Washington, D.C., as quoted by RMF FM.


Answering a question about the prospects of Ukraine's accession to NATO at a briefing for the Polish press, Sikorski admitted that this is a "difficult issue" because "there is nothing more dangerous than unreliable security guarantees."

According to him, NATO is currently convinced that Ukraine can join the Alliance only when the war is over. That is why, Sikorsky acknowledged, Kyiv will probably not be satisfied with the "bridge to NATO" laid at the summit, as it will be satisfied only when it wins the war.

"But we are doing a lot to make it happen," he said.

Sikorsky added that at the summit, the allies will pledge "huge" material assistance to Ukraine in the amount of $40 billion a year and a group of countries, which will also include Poland, will be formed to sign an agreement on security cooperation with Ukraine.

"First of all, we will show that we are united. NATO was created to deter aggressive Russia. Russia is aggressive again. NATO won the first time, and it will win the second time," he concluded.

Author - Dmitriy Levchenko, 10/07/2024

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