Sec. of State Blinken Drops Eye-Opening Statement From Brussels: ‘Ukraine Will Become a Member of NATO’

Published April 4, 2024

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba at the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting Thursday, and after their discussion, Blinken said the war-torn East European country would eventually become part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

Speaking to reporters in Brussels, Blinken said, “Ukraine will become a member of NATO. Our purpose at the summit is to help build a bridge to that membership.”

Foreign Minister Kuleba, for his part, wants Ukraine to join the 32-member alliance as soon as possible:

Of course, we believe that Ukraine deserves to be a member of NATO and that this should happen sooner rather than later. 

The announcement will almost certainly anger Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has used the possibility of Ukraine joining the Organization as part of his excuse to start his current war against the neighboring country.



RELATED: Blinken: ‘Ukraine will become a member of NATO’

Published April 4, 2024

Secretary of State Antony Blinken reaffirmed the U.S. commitment for Ukraine to eventually join NATO but held back commitments ahead of the alliance’s annual summit, which will take place in Washington in July. 

“Ukraine will become a member of NATO. Our purpose at the summit is to help build a bridge to that membership,” Blinken told reporters Thursday in Brussels.

NATO allies agreed at the 2023 summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, that Ukraine can join NATO when certain conditions are met, but sparked criticism from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Baltic allies for failing to set concrete goals and a timeline for Kyiv to join the alliance. 

Ukraine’s supporters are crafting ways to demonstrate robust international support for Kyiv that can be announced at NATO’s Washington summit, marking the 75th anniversary of the alliance.



RELATED: Blinken urges more aid for Ukraine as NATO increases resourcing efforts

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken addresses a media conference after a meeting of NATO foreign ministers at NATO headquarters in Brussels, April 4, 2024.
Published April 4, 2024

STATE DEPARTMENT — U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Thursday that more aid is urgently needed for Ukraine following meetings with NATO foreign ministers, amid growing concerns that Russia is building up its defense industrial base with support from China, North Korea and Iran.

“Based on what I heard today … everyone, including the United States, is going to double back and, as necessary, double down on finding the resources that Ukraine continues to need,” Blinken told reporters after meetings with NATO foreign ministers at the alliance headquarters in Brussels.

While individual NATO members have been providing arms to Ukraine, the organization as a whole has concentrated on providing nonlethal aid for fear of escalating tensions with Russia through a more direct involvement.

“More than 30 countries now have signed or are in the process of negotiating signing bilateral agreements with Ukraine, and we’re ourselves, the United States, working on our own bilateral agreement,” he said.




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