Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called on American President Joe Biden to invite Ukraine into NATO now – even if membership does not come until the war ends.
He said about this in his interview with CNN, which was announced to be published on 5 July.
“It’s so important to feel that you are really being around allies in the future,” Zelenskyy said.
He added that he understood that Ukraine would “never be in NATO before war finishes.”
Zelensky said that Biden was “the decision maker” about whether Ukraine would be in NATO or not. “He supports our future in NATO,” but an invitation now would be a huge motivator for Ukrainian soldiers, Zelensky said.