NATO allies and their key international partners are unwavering in their support for Ukraine in resisting Russia's war of aggression and are ready to continue to provide support to Ukraine for a long time.
16 June 2022
Countering Russia's invasion of Ukraine and overcoming the consequences of the war will be key tasks for the Czech Republic's future presidency of the European Union.
In addition to the United States, more than 40 countries provide direct support to Ukraine in the field of defense.
15 June 2022
The Ukraine Defense Contact Group, which already involves more than 45 countries, is committed to providing Ukraine with everything it needs to defend itself, and the group's successful work is a reflection of the global rejection of Russia's unprovoked military aggression against Ukraine.
Chiefs of defense agencies of more than 45 countries, representatives of NATO and EU participate in the Ukraine Defense Contact Group Meeting, held by the United States in Brussels.
NATO leaders realize that Ukraine needs assistance urgently and are providing the country with modern military equipment, but the practical delivery of this equipment and weapons takes some time in order to train the Ukrainian military on how to use new weapons.
NATO allies will welcome the personal participation of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the NATO summit in Madrid, but they are also ready to listen to the Ukrainian leader's address via videoconference if his personal presence is not possible.
NATO allies today will decide on how to deliver to Ukraine the weapons it urgently needs to stop Russian invasion and win this war, unleashed in Europe by Russia.
Stoltenberg hopes Zelensky will attend NATO summit in Madrid
NATO allies to send Ukraine all weapons it needs to prevail - Stoltenberg
The summit of the leaders of the Three Seas Initiative will discuss, among other issues, cooperation with Ukraine in Riga on June 20-21.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reaffirmed his invitation for President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to take part in the Alliance's Madrid Summit.
Ukraine should have more heavy weapons from NATO countries to counter the Russian invasion, and this issue will be discussed at the NATO headquarters of the Contact group for support to Ukraine today, June 15.
14 June 2022
Ukraine needs modern air defense systems to protect the civilian population of Ukrainian cities.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he expects Germany to more clearly define its priorities in relations with Russia and support Ukraine in its EU membership aspirations during Chancellor Olaf Scholz's visit to Kyiv.
One of the tools that the European Union can and should use to stop Russia's war against Ukraine and ensure the inviolability of Ukrainian borders is to stop the gas flow through the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline.
13 June 2022
China’s Defense Minister Wei Fenghe believes that NATO–Russia talks are able to end the war in Ukraine.
12 June 2022
Russia is trying to sow panic and fear to force Ukraine to capitulate but this tactic isn’t working.
Pro-Russian politicians in Japan, who argue that NATO's approach to Russia's borders is to blame for the invasion of Ukraine, comprise only a microscopic part that no one listens to.
Western powers must demonstrate resilience in the situation around the Russian invasion of Ukraine and continue to support the embattled nation in its fight against Russian aggression.
Throughout the week, Russia, through a number of loyal Western experts, promoted the narrative that Ukraine should sit down at the negotiating table as this is allegedly the only option to end the war.
11 June 2022
Ukraine hopes joining EU's common customs and payment areas will be next steps of its EU integration - Shmyhal
Ukraine hopes that joining the EU's common customs and payment areas will be the next steps on the country's road to European integration.
President Volodymyr Zelensky insists on the need to reform the United Nations in order to be able to respond to any aggression at the global level.
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg attended the Bucharest Nine (B9) Summit by video teleconference on Friday, thanking the group for its significant contribution to Euroatlantic security, and support for Ukraine’s sovereignty.
10 June 2022
The leaders of the Bucharest Nine (B9) have called on Russia to withdraw its forces from the territory of Ukraine and ensure accountability for war crimes and atrocities committed in Ukraine.
The Government of Montenegro adopted a decision to provide additional aid, including military assistance, to Ukraine.
Ukraine's Armed Forces demonstrate a high level of military competencies and courage in the war with Russia, but a number of reforms in various areas are still needed to gain NATO membership.
09 June 2022
Krab self-propelled howitzers, supplied by Poland, have already been deployed and are being used on the front lines.
The situation at the front remains difficult, with Ukraine losing up to a hundred servicemen killed and up to 500 wounded every day.
The United States is confident in the unity and readiness of NATO and G7 to resolutely resist Russian aggression and support Ukraine.