The United States and NATO would respond proportionally to the possible use by Russia of chemical arms and other weapons of mass destruction in Ukraine.
24 March 2022
NATO Heads of State and Government have called on Putin's Russia to immediately stop the war and withdraw military forces from Ukraine.
NATO Heads of State and Government, who met today in Brussels in the format of an emergency summit to discuss the consequences of Russia's aggression against Ukraine, reaffirmed their strong commitment to NATO's open door policy in new strategic circumstances.
NATO leaders reaffirm commitment to open door policy
The Russian army is forcibly deporting thousands of Mariupol residents in order to use them as hostages for political pressure on Ukraine.
Speech by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the NATO summit
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russia is not going to stop in Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stressed that Ukraine needs military aid without restrictions.
If Russia dares to use chemical weapons in Ukraine, it will fundamentally change the nature of the conflict in Ukraine, as it will be a flagrant violation of international rules and could lead to the spread of chemical agents into NATO territory.
According to the North Atlantic Alliance, up to 15,000 Russian servicemen have been killed since the start of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, which roughly coincides with the data of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
For a month now, the Ukrainian state and the Ukrainian people have been heroically resisting the ruthless Russian Federation’s invasion.
The European Union and Canada, together with the international community, will continue to further strengthen sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
NATO's eastern flank has a clear understanding of the possibility of Russia’s attack on the Allies, but the farther the countries are located from the eastern flank, the lesser they believe in that.
23 March 2022
Canada and the European Union will help Ukraine and Moldova strengthen cyber defense and counter disinformation.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has said he does not expect any breakthroughs at tomorrow's summit of NATO leaders, but Kyiv does not remove the issue of creating a no-fly zone over Ukraine from the agenda.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated his "intention" to use Thursday's G7 and NATO meetings to "substantially" increase defensive lethal aid to Ukraine.
Media community urges foreign colleagues to avoid calling Russian invasion ‘Ukraine crisis’ or ‘conflict’
The Ukrainian media community has urged foreign colleagues to avoid calling Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine as ‘Ukraine Crisis’ or ‘conflict’.
Ukraine will work with full energy on all international platforms, including G7, NATO and EU summits scheduled for this week.
22 March 2022
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba and UK’s Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs Liz Truss coordinated positions ahead of the G7 summit in Brussels.
U.S. and NATO officials say there are indications that Belarus is taking steps to join the war Russia is waging against Ukraine.
Russia continues to receive almost instantaneous meteorological data from foreign governments, which some experts say could be used to plot a chemical or biological attack in Ukraine.
The Defense Ministers Ukraine and Poland, Oleksiy Reznikov and Mariusz Błaszczak, coordinated cooperation ahead of a NATO summit.
Peace and security in Hungary cannot be guaranteed without peace and security in Ukraine. If Russia achieves its criminal goal in our country, the next goal will be Ukraine's neighbors.
It was a day of difficult events. A day of difficult conclusions. But it was also another day that brings us all closer to our victory.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken have said in a phone call that it is necessary to strengthen sanctions against Russia as it continues its offensive in Ukraine.
21 March 2022
Formats of compromises in Ukraine–Russia negotiations will be decided on an all-Ukrainian referendum. In particular, security guarantees and the status of temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea may be put to a vote.
New Zealand will provide Ukraine with a further NZ$5 million ($3.46 million) in funds and non-lethal military assistance.
U.S. President Joe Biden will discuss the deployment of peacekeepers in Ukraine during his visit to Poland on March 25.
20 March 2022
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson had a phone conversation with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday, March 20.
On Sunday, March 20, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he is ready for negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin but warned that if they fail “that would mean that this is a third World War”.