Zelenskyy met with Stoltenberg in Davos and discussed fighting in Ukraine and strengthening of air defense: details
On Tuesday, January 16, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in Davos, Switzerland. The parties discussed the situation on the battlefield, the defense needs of our country, further strengthening of the Ukrainian air defense system, and other issues.
This was reported by the President's press service. The Ukrainian leader expressed gratitude to the NATO chief for the steadfast support of our country in the defense against Russian invasion.
The President informed Stoltenberg about the massive Russian shelling of Ukrainian cities and communities that had taken place recently and emphasized the importance of further strengthening the Ukrainian air defense system.
Zelenskyy and Stoltenberg also noted the importance of concluding a bilateral Security Cooperation Agreement between Ukraine and the United Kingdom, which was adopted at the previous NATO Summit in Vilnius. The Ukrainian leader noted that work on similar documents with other partners is ongoing.
In addition, the talks touched on the preparation of the next NATO summit in Washington. According to Zelenskyy, Ukraine expects decisions that will bring its membership in NATO closer.