Ukraine pronounces fast-track NATO membership bid, guidelines out Putin talks By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Banners displaying the NATO brand are positioned on the entrance of recent NATO headquarters in the course of the transfer to the brand new constructing, in Brussels, Belgium April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photograph

KYIV (Reuters) -President Volodymyr Zelenskiy stated on Friday Ukraine was formally making use of for fast-track membership of the NATO army alliance and that Kyiv was prepared for talks with Moscow, however not with President Vladimir Putin.

The Ukrainian chief made his feedback in a video which appeared supposed as a forceful rebuttal to the Kremlin after Putin held a ceremony in Moscow to proclaim 4 partially occupied Ukrainian areas as annexed Russian land.

“We’re taking our decisive step by signing Ukraine’s utility for accelerated accession to NATO,” Zelenskiy stated in a video on Telegram.

The video confirmed Zelenskiy saying the choice after which signing a doc flanked by his prime minister and the speaker of parliament.

“Ukraine is prepared for negotiations, however with a unique Russian president,” Zelenskiy stated.

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