President visits Ukraine for talks with Volodymyr Zelensky
President Andrzej Duda has said that Poland and Lithuania are doing their best to ensure that the upcoming Nato summit in Vilnius brings a clear perspective of Ukraine's membership in the alliance.
The president visited the Ukrainian capital together with his Lithuanian counterpart, Gitanas Nauseda, on Wednesday, to mark Ukraine's Constitution Day in a show of support for Kyiv's struggle to repel the Russian invasion.
The two leaders came to Kyiv to hold consultations with their Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, on the current situation on the front and the potential threat of a Russian attack on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
The presidents of the three countries also discussed the upcoming Nato Summit in Vilnius, scheduled for July 11–12.
Andrzej Duda speaking in Kyiv about Ukraine's membership in Nato, said that „we deeply believe in this and we are doing everything to make this summit a truly decisive one.”
Andrzej Duda went on to say that Ukraine should join Nato „because we deeply believe that the security of Ukraine is also the security of all of us.”
He pointed out that strengthening Nato in Eastern Europe is in the interest of all countries in the region.
„It is our in common interest for Nato to be as strong as possible in our part of Europe,” Andrzej Duda said.