Stoltenberg had a "very good conversation" with Zelenskyy on the eve of the NATO summit: what they talked about
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg had a "very good conversation" with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. The parties had a conversation on the eve of the NATO summit.
The head of state announced this on Telegram. He thanked Stoltenberg for the conversation.
"Thank you for your constant personal efforts to support Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic aspirations. We coordinated our positions on the eve of the NATO Summit in Vilnius. Now is the time for powerful decisions and concrete steps in this direction," Zelenskyy said.
He also congratulated the Secretary General: "I congratulate Jens Stoltenberg on the decision of the Allies to extend his term as NATO Secretary General for another year. I look forward to continued fruitful cooperation."
According to Zelenskyy, Stoltenberg's term as NATO Secretary General has been officially extended.
"He is expected to hold this position for another year," Zelenskyy added.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Jens Stoltenberg's term as NATO Secretary General has been officially extended. He is expected to hold the post for another year.
Stoltenberg stated that the North Atlantic Alliance adheres to an "open door" policy and supports Ukraine's membership in the future. However, the accession will not take place until the war on the territory of our country is over.
The NATO Secretary General also said that all of Moscow's nuclear threats to the Alliance and its allies to stop military assistance to Ukraine will fail.