Zelensky reiterates demands for NATO membership

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has once again strongly called on his country to join NATO to protect it from Russian aggression. In a meeting with former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Selensky called membership in the alliance the “best security guarantee” for the country, the head of the presidential office, Andriy Yermak, said on Sunday in Kyiv. It is important to actively promote the goal of NATO membership.

Russian President Vladimir Putin cited Ukraine’s aspirations to join NATO as one of the reasons for the war. Moscow had always mentioned kyiv’s resignation from being a member of the military alliance as a condition for resolving the conflict. Nuclear power Russia claims to see its security threatened by a possible NATO presence in Ukraine.

According to Yermak, Zelensky and Johnson also discussed Ukraine’s proposed peace summit. A date for such a meeting has not yet been set. Russia has also rejected Zelenskiy’s demands, which demanded security guarantees and the total withdrawal of Kremlin troops from Ukrainian territory, as unrealistic.

Johnson emphasized in Kyiv in a video posted by Zelensky on Telegram that he had come to help the country in difficult times. The politician had previously visited the kyiv suburbs of Bucha and Borodjanka, where Russian troops are accused of the most serious war crimes.


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