The meeting between President Joe Biden and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky in Vilnius “went very well.”
This was stated by the US President to journalists on Wednesday, leaving the NATO summit in Vilnius.
“We spent about an hour together and I think we’re on the right track,” Biden said.
Biden said he doesn’t see Kyiv joining NATO until “the war is over,” but shed some light on his conversation with the Ukrainian president.
“Look, the only thing Zelensky understands now is that it doesn’t matter if he’s in NATO now or not, as long as he has commitments,” he said.
Asked about the Ukrainian counteroffensive, Biden said he “has no right to give you the details of this – we’ve talked about it in detail with all of his military and they’re still optimistic, but they know it’s hard work.”
It is known that Biden interrupted Zelensky and did not let him answer how soon Ukraine wants to get into NATO.
Earlier it was reported that at a dinner in Vilnius, world leaders urged Zelensky to cool off after criticizing NATO.
Source : CTPAHA