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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

Ukraine Wins G7 Pledges As NATO Bid Hangs

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed pledges of weapons and ammunition to fight Russia’s invasion along with longer-term security commitments from the West, Chris Megerian, Lorne Cook and Seung Min Kim reported for the Associated Press (AP).


Photo Insert: Zelensky expressed disappointment over the lack of a clear path for his country to join NATO as the alliance wrapped up its annual summit.



However, he expressed disappointment over the lack of a clear path for his country to join NATO as the alliance wrapped up its annual summit.


“The Ukrainian delegation is bringing home a significant security victory for the Ukraine, for our country, for our people, for our children,” he said while flanked by US President Joe Biden and other leaders from the Group of Seven (G7) democratic nations.



A joint declaration issued by the G7 lays the groundwork for each nation to negotiate agreements to help Ukraine bolster its military over the long term. Zelenskyy described the initiative as a bridge toward eventual NATO membership and a deterrent against Russia.





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