NATO To Accept Ukraine’s Bid After War With Russia Ends
President Biden and his NATO peers sat down with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy in the new NATO-Ukraine Council.
NATO leaders met to discuss a significant new forum for its relationship with Ukraine.
President Biden and his NATO peers sat down with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy in the new NATO-Ukraine Council, a group where the 31 allies and Ukraine can hold consultations and call for meetings in emergency situations.
The military alliance has brought Ukraine as close as possible without actually allowing the country to officially join. All of the allies have backed Ukraine’s bid to join, but only when conditions are met and after it’s feud with Russia is terminated.
Zelenskyy shared the results of the meeting are good, but if there was an actual invitation, it would have been better.