NATO membership remains Ukraine’s strategic objective in the constitution and in the National Security Strategy. While the Kremlin uses disinformation messages about NATO “pumping weapons into Ukraine” and “barking at Russia’s door” as a formal excuse for Russian war crimes in Ukraine.
Now, Roscosmos threatens a NATO summit in Madrid, the alliance declares Russia its “most direct threat”, sharing the same vision of danger with Ukraine. In response to Russia’s unprovoked invasion, NATO boosts its high readiness forces, Ukraine’s victory is one of its key interests, which is also a guarantee of stability in the Euro-Atlantic area.
Since the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian war in 2014, the relations between NATO and Ukraine moved into a regime of constant partnership and cooperation in critical areas, and this relationship has become even stronger after the Russian invasion of 2022.
- Emine Dzheppar, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
- Vineta Kleine, Director of NATO Information and Documentation Center in Kyiv
- Baiba Braže, Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy
- Karen McTear, Head of the NATO Representation in Ukraine
- Volodymyr Ogryzko, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2007-2009)
- Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, Chair of the Committee on Ukraine’s Integration into the EU
- Valeriy Chaly, Chair of the UCMC Board, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the USA (2015-2019).
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