Ukraine has the right to join NATO: Turkey said – our support for membership, but it is necessary to end the war; NATO Summit on July 11-12

Ukraine has the right to join NATO .Russia-Ukraine war has completed 500 days. Meanwhile, on Saturday Turkey supported Ukraine joining NATO. Addressing a joint press conference after meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Istanbul, Turkish President Recep Erdogan said – There is no doubt that Ukraine has the right to join NATO. Along with this, Erdogan also emphasized on efforts to end the war.

According to Reuters, Erdogan said – If peace is established by ending the war fairly, then there is no harm to anyone. At the same time, Zelensky thanked Erdogan for Turkey’s support. He said- I will be grateful to Turkey for its support for the integrity and peace of Ukraine.

Czech Republic said – Ukraine should join NATO as soon as the war ends
Let us tell you that on July 11-12, the NATO summit is going to be held in Vilnius city of Lithuania, before which Zelensky is trying to get the support of other member countries for membership. Earlier, Zelensky had also traveled to the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Slovakia.

The Czech Republic lobbied for Ukraine to join NATO as soon as the war was over. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg had also said that Ukraine will definitely join NATO. However, he did not announce any timeline or date for the same.

America said- Ukraine needs to take several steps before NATO membership
At the same time, America has expressed the possibility of Ukraine not joining NATO in the coming time. America’s NSA Jake Sullivan said – The summit to be held in Vilnius is very important in terms of new members joining NATO. However, Ukraine still has to take several necessary steps before joining NATO. At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned many times about Ukraine’s membership.

How was NATO founded?

After World War II, the US and European countries formed a military alliance, known as NATO, to stop the Soviet Union.
After the Second World War, the Soviet Union and the United States emerged as the two biggest powers that wanted to dominate the world. Due to this, relations between the US and the Soviet Union started deteriorating and the Cold War started between them.
The communist government of the Soviet Union wanted to establish its supremacy over the weakened European countries after the Second World War.

The plan of the Soviet Union was to dominate Turkey and Greece. By controlling Turkey and Greece, the Soviet Union wanted to control the world’s trade through the Black Sea.
Due to these policies of the Soviet Union, its relations with Western countries and America were completely spoiled.
Eventually, to prevent the Soviet Union’s dominance in Europe, European countries and America together laid the foundation of NATO.

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