NATO doors remain open to Ukraine. About this at a press conference on the eve of the meeting of the leaders of the foreign policy departments of the alliance countries on November 29-30 in Bucharest, Jens Stoltenberg, the general secretary of the alliance, writes Reuters.
“NATO doors are open. And this is not only in words, we showed it in (ours – ed.) Actions,” he said. The Secretary General recalled that in recent years Montenegro and North Macedonia were adopted in NATO, and in 2022, Finland and Sweden were invited to the Alliance. “With these decisions, we demonstrated that NATO doors are open and that Russia does not have a veto expanding NATO. This message concerns Ukraine,” said Jens Stoltenberg.
According to him, the head of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleb was invited to a meeting in Bucharest to discuss the country’s support with him. In addition, the meeting will be attended by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Moldova, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland and Sweden.