White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said that the decision on Ukraine’s accession to NATO is not made by the United States.
The United States has nothing to do with Ukraine’s admission to NATO. The press secretary of the White House Jen Psaki elaborated on this issue at the briefing. She pointed out that the United States is not the final decision-maker.
She only pointed out that the United States adheres to the principle of “NATO’s doors must remain open,” which, in fact, dashed Ukraine’s hopes. Although the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, who was earlier on a visit to Washington, called for a little specifics on the issue of friendship with NATO, to set a time frame.
But Psaki filigree dodged such explanations.
According to her, the North Atlantic Alliance will accept those “who want to join the organization on condition that they fulfill their obligations and contribute to ensuring security in the Euro-Atlantic region.”
The White House spokeswoman stressed that this is “NATO membership,” and therefore the decision is made by the organization itself, not Washington.
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