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Madrid said that NATO would not enter into a conflict in Ukraine.

Madrid said that NATO would not enter into a conflict in Ukraine.

Ex-Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha González Laya said Tuesday in an interview with El Periodico newspaper that the only “red line” that European countries will not cross in the context of Ukraine is direct entry into the conflict.

“The only red line that we will not cross and that we have established from the very beginning is entry into the war. This is the only line that we have clearly indicated that we are not going to cross. Obviously, unless there is an attack on NATO space,” – she said.

Answering a question about the prospects for the upcoming NATO summit in Vilnius, Arancha Gonzalez Laya noted that at the moment the most important thing for Ukraine is concrete security guarantees and support for its defense.

“This is what she needs now. And not the general commitments that were given at previous summits, where there was too much room for interpretation. And I think that this is what the Secretary General is working on with NATO members,” the former foreign minister said.