“NATO” or “North Atlantic Treaty Organization,” says that it is not possible to tell the date of Ukraine’s “NATO” membership right now. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy about this decision taken by NATO members, and the Ukrainian President has expressed displeasure about it.
The ‘NATO’ General Conference has now started in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The leaders of NATO member countries will participate in it. In order to become a member of NATO, the unanimous consent of all member countries is required. However, NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said yesterday (11) that since there is still no agreement regarding Ukraine’s NATO membership, it is not possible to say when Ukraine will be given NATO membership.
At this year’s ‘NATO’ conference, much attention was focused on Ukraine. Russia has taken military action against Ukraine as Ukraine seeks NATO membership. ‘NATO’ or ‘North Atlantic Treaty Organization’ is a military alliance formed by Western and European countries to counter threats from Russia. (Reuters)
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