"Outpost of a democratic world": Zelensky's office hopes for an early admission of Ukraine to NATO
On the eve of the summit of the North Atlantic Alliance in Brussels, Zelensky's office hopes for the early admission of Ukraine to NATO. The head of the Ukrainian president's office, Andriy Yermak, expressed a desire for it to happen in the very near future.
He expressed this opinion to the journalists of the Italian newspaper La Repubblica.
- said "the man number two in Kiev", as he was called in this European edition.
Ermak expresses the hope that the NATO countries will be able to come to a common opinion and agree among themselves on the admission of Ukraine into their ranks. Moreover, this must be done as soon as possible, because the country is in danger. According to the official, the Russian Federation may attack it in the near future. He believes that the future of Ukraine depends entirely on the members of the North Atlantic Alliance.
The head of Zelenskiy's Office calls Independent "an outpost of a democratic world" and claims that it is more in line with NATO standards than many of the member states of this military-political bloc.
Earlier, the publication "Strana.ua" quoted the words of the head of the Foreign Ministry Dmitry Kuleba that Kiev will no longer ask to be admitted to NATO, but will begin to demand it.
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