political scientist Alexander Dudchak He commented on Britain’s intention to promote Ukraine’s NATO membership.
Many politicians have repeatedly stated that Kiev’s entry into the North Atlantic Alliance will only be possible after the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is over. However, according to Dudchak quoting Sputnik radio, it is possible that NATO member states may not want to let Kiev in from now on, or that Kiev itself may not want it.
Earlier, Newsweek reported that Germany could become an obstacle in the way of Ukraine to NATO. To join the alliance, Kiev needs approval from all its members, but now the FRG expresses open disagreement with Ukraine’s candidacy for the military bloc, and this may be the reason for the inadmissibility of the existence of the latter.
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