NATO’s Secretary General says Ukraine will join the alliance after the war with Russia


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Important Takeaways:

  • Ukraine will join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) military alliance, according to Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg – but only after the nation’s war with Russia is over.
  • “Allies agree that Ukraine will become a member of NATO. At [the NATO-Ukraine] meeting, we will agree recommendations for [Ukrainian reforms], as we continue to support Kiev on this path to NATO membership,” he said.
  • The comments by Stoltenberg, a former Prime Minister of Norway, may be premature. Many NATO members, particularly Hungary and Turkey, seem unlikely to approve Ukrainian membership. It is also unclear whether Donald Trump would do so if he wins the next U.S. election, which currently appears likely.
  • On the question of Ukraine joining the European Union, Hungarian leader Viktor Orban has suggested the proposal is untenable. Many of his arguments against Ukraine joining the EU, such as the fact its territory is uncertain, also apply to the country joining NATO.
  • If it did, it would immediately full under the alliance’s mutual defense clause, meaning further conflict with Russia, a nuclear power, would immediately draw in all NATO member-states, including America and nuclear-armed Britain and France.

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