Zelenskyy holds meetings on moving to NATO, sanctions

KYIV. May 26 (Interfax-Ukraine) – On Friday President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy held meetings on moving towards NATO and new sanctions.

“Today I also held a meeting with international affairs officials regarding our movement to NATO, a more conceptual one. We must use, and we use, every opportunity this and next month, this year as a whole, to fill our relations with the Alliance with real political content,” the president said in a video address on Friday.

“We are preparing several international appeals to increase support for our state and our struggle for freedom – support both among our traditional allies and partners, and in the countries of the Global South,” Zelenskyy said.

According to the president, he also “held a meeting on new sanctions – against those who contribute to Russian aggression.”


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