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Kiev calls for ‘accelerated’ admission to NATO, however the bloc’s chief insisted that it’s not social gathering to the battle

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky signed an software to affix NATO on Friday and demanded an accelerated process for admission. While pledging the bloc’s help for Kiev, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reiterated that becoming a member of would require the consensus of all 30 members.

In a video deal with, Zelensky stated Ukraine was already a “de facto NATO ally” and stated he was making use of to make it official, calling the ceremonial signing of the applying a “decisive step.”

“We trust each other, we help each other, and we protect each other,” the AP quoted him as saying.

NATO had introduced an “unprecedented” deal with by Stoltenberg after Zelensky’s video, however when the bloc’s secretary normal truly appeared he repeated earlier speaking factors.

“NATO is not party to the conflict, but we provide support to Ukraine so it can uphold its right for self-defense enshrined in the UN charter,” Stoltenberg stated. “Ours is a defensive alliance. We stand united and determined to defend and protect every NATO ally and every inch of allied territory.” 

When requested if NATO was prepared to simply accept Ukraine’s software, Stoltenberg replied that “every democracy in Europe has the right to apply” however getting accepted would require the consensus of all 30 members.

“Our focus now is providing Ukraine immediate support,” he added.

Stoltenberg additionally repeated the rejection of Russia’s “illegal annexation” of Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zaporozhye areas.

“If Russia stops fighting, there will be peace, if Ukraine stops fighting, it will cease to exist as an independent sovereign nation in Europe,” he added, utilizing a variation on a speaking level lately embraced by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Zelensky’s spouse.

Calling Kiev a “victim of aggression,” Stoltenberg stated the bloc should work to “ensure [Russian] President [Vladimir] Putin doesn’t win,” as a result of anything would inform the world that “authoritarian countries like Russia can use force” to achieve their objectives.

Taking solely 4 questions from the press, Stoltenberg concluded by repeating, “NATO is not party to the conflict, we support Ukraine but that does not make us party to the conflict.” 


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