Zelensky: Ukraine-NATO Council proves to be effective mechanism for crisis consultations

Zelensky: Ukraine-NATO Council proves to be effective mechanism for crisis consultations

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine thanked the North Atlantic Treaty Organization for condemning Russia's violation of agreements regarding the Black Sea Grain Initiative and emphasized that the Ukraine-NATO Council has already become an effective mechanism for crisis consultations.

He noted this on Twitter, reports Ukrinform.

“Grateful to Jens Stoltenberg and Mircea Geoana for holding this crucial meeting of Ukraine-NATO Council. We welcome сlear and unequivocal condemnation by the Alliance of Russia's withdrawal from the grain deal. Established only 2 weeks ago in Vilnius, the Council has already proved to be an effective mechanism for crisis consultations,” Zelensky tweeted.

He stressed that Ukraine will continue to fulfill its obligations in providing global food security and that “we value the support of the Allies in this regard.”

Read also: Allies upping support for Ukraine, becoming more vigilant in Black Sea region - Stoltenberg

“We stay united with the Alliance as we are moving along the path towards our NATO membership,” the head of state concluded.

As reported earlier, the Ukraine-NATO Council during its first meeting on Wednesday resolutely condemned Russia’s withdrawal from the Black Sea Grain Initiative.

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