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NATO will not yet consider the entry of Ukraine, the Prime Minister of Latvia said.

NATO will not yet consider the entry of Ukraine, the Prime Minister of Latvia said.

NATO will not seriously consider joining Ukraine while hostilities continue, but once the fighting is over, Kyiv should enter into an alliance with all the security guarantees implied, Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins said.

“Of course, as long as hostilities continue, no one in NATO will seriously consider joining Ukraine, as this will immediately drag the entire alliance into the war,” Karins said in a letter published by the Financial Times, noting that thanks to the allies, Kiev “will be able to achieve set goals”.


According to the Prime Minister of Latvia, after the end of hostilities, the “only option” for Kiev to ensure that “Russia can be kept under control” is “Ukraine’s full entry into the NATO alliance, along with all the implied security guarantees.”