President Zelensky admitted that Ukraine may never join NATO, paving the door for peace.
Zelensky conceded that possible membership in the defence alliance was now in doubt, fulfilling a key requirement of Putin’s warmongering.
‘We have heard for years that the doors are open, but we have also heard that we cannot join,’ said President Volodymyr Zelensky.
President Joe Biden will go to Europe next week for face-to-face meetings with US and EU leaders, as well as an unusual Nato summit in Brussels.
Mr Zelensky, who supported membership before Russia razed his country, is alleged to have “cooled” on the notion.
In a video chat with his forces yesterday, Putin stated, “Ukraine is not a NATO member.”
“We have heard for years that the doors were open but we also heard that we could not join.”
“It’s a truth and it must be recognised.”
He claimed talks on a prospective cease-fire were proceeding “very well,” despite reports that Russia had modified its stance and stopped making demands for Ukraine to surrender.