Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky arrived in Vilnius, Lithuania, for the second day of the NATO summit.

Zelensky told reporters he has “three priorities” on his agenda on Wednesday.

He referred to these as a package of new weapons, an invitation to join NATO, and “security guarantees for Ukraine on the way to NATO”.

Zelenskiy on Ukraine’s NATO alliance “We want to reach an agreement with everyone… I know we will receive this invitation when security measures allow.” The Ukrainian presidential office said on Telegram that Kiev will discuss “defense, security, weapons and President Zelensky’s request for peace” on the first day of the meeting.

Yermak said on Wednesday that Ukraine will attend the first meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council and hold two meetings.

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