Latest news from this NATO meeting.

In the days following NATO’s recognition of Ukraine’s eventual membership, President Zelensky has been scheduled to meet with President Biden and other NATO leaders, but time has not yet arrived.

Reconciliation Communication reflects the leaders’ weeks-long struggle to reach agreement on this issue. While some European countries are pushing for a clear path for Ukraine to join, others have decided not to participate directly in Ukraine’s war with Russia, and Biden announced over the weekend that it was “too early” to accept Ukraine. NATO.

Before arriving in Vilnius, Lithuania, for the meeting, Zelensky said the absence of an appointment was “incredible”.

On the first day of the two-day meeting, new military assistance was promised. These include France’s commitment to supply medium-range missiles, which Russia has described as a mistake and warned of uncertain measures.

Here is another update:

Wednesday, Zelensky is also expected to attend the first meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council, a new body that aims to give Ukraine an equal say in member matters.

In the early hours of Wednesday, the Russian army attacked the Ukrainian city of Kiev with drones for the second day in a row. Ukrainian officials said all drones were stopped.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Mr. Biden met on Tuesday, a day after Turkey dropped its opposition to Sweden’s NATO membership.
This move helped repair Turkey’s relations with the West, which some members of the organization had long regarded as an insider.

Eleven European countries have formed a partnership to train Ukrainian pilots in Romania to fly US-made F-16 fighter jets in Romania, government officials said on Tuesday. The United States agreed to the alliance, but did not allow the aircraft to be used in combat.

The Biden administration is considering sending the Army’s Long Range Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) to Ukraine. Kiev is looking for a long-range missile with a range of 190 kilometers, which is 40 kilometers more than the aircraft carrier that France recently agreed to launch.

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