Zelensky Chats with NATO Chief About Helping Ukraine

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Zelensky, NATO chief meet on aid for Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Jens Stoltenberg discussed aid for Ukraine during their meeting in Kyiv, reported Xinhua, quoting the government-run Ukrinform news agency on Monday.

"Today we discussed Jens' initiative to create a special fund for the financial support of Ukrainian defense worth 100 billion euros for five years," Zelensky told reporters during a media briefing.

The NATO allies have all the instruments to implement such an initiative, Zelensky said, noting that Ukraine expects the new aid to go on top of the assistance under the bilateral agreements on security guarantees.

For his part, Stoltenberg said that some NATO members have agreed to increase their support for Kiev.

Zelensky and Stoltenberg also discussed bilateral ties between Ukraine and NATO and the preparations for the upcoming NATO summit in Washington. D.C., the United States.

Stoltenberg invited Zelensky to participate in the summit that will take place on July 9-11.

According to media reports, Stoltenberg arrived here earlier in the day on an unannounced visit.

Source: www.dailyfinland.fi

8 Comments
  1. NataliaJohnson says

    It’s great to see the continued support for Ukraine from NATO. Zelensky and Stoltenberg’s discussion on creating a special fund for defense is a positive step towards ensuring Ukraine’s security. I hope this aid will make a real difference in protecting the country’s sovereignty.

  2. EmilySmith says

    I believe that it’s crucial for Ukraine to receive support from NATO to strengthen its defense capabilities. The initiative of creating a special fund for financial aid is a significant step in the right direction. It’s promising to see NATO members increasing their support for Kiev, and I hope this aid will further enhance Ukraine’s security. Looking forward to the outcomes of the upcoming NATO summit in Washington, D.C.

  3. EmilySmith says

    It’s great to see NATO stepping up their support for Ukraine. Zelensky and Stoltenberg’s discussion on the aid fund and increased assistance show a strong commitment to Ukrainian defense. Hopefully, this cooperation will lead to positive outcomes for the region’s stability.

  4. AvaJohnson23 says

    Can you provide more details on the specific commitments made by NATO members to increase support for Ukraine?

    1. JohnSmith87 says

      Sure, AvaJohnson23. According to Zelensky, some NATO members have agreed to increase their support for Kiev. This additional aid is expected to complement the existing assistance provided under bilateral agreements on security guarantees. It seems that NATO is stepping up its commitments to help Ukraine in defense matters.

  5. EmmaSmith_23 says

    It’s great to see the international community coming together to support Ukraine’s defense efforts. Zelensky’s initiative and NATO’s willingness to increase aid show a strong commitment to ensuring Ukraine’s security. I hope this partnership continues to strengthen and bring positive outcomes for the region.

  6. Lucy_1985 says

    How will the creation of a special fund for Ukrainian defense contribute to the country’s security?

    1. Benjamin91 says

      Lucy_1985, the creation of a special fund for Ukrainian defense will significantly enhance the country’s security by providing a stable source of financial support for the defense sector. This fund will enable Ukraine to modernize its military capabilities, enhance training programs for armed forces, and acquire necessary equipment to effectively counter external threats. By strengthening its defense capabilities, Ukraine can better safeguard its sovereignty and deter potential aggressors, ultimately contributing to regional stability and security.

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