Missiles, jets, NATO membership are Ukraine’s priorities at Munich Security Conference
Dmytro Kuleba (Photo:REUTERS/Amr Alfiky T)
The Munich Security Conference will bring together key figures in Euro-Atlantic security circles to discuss topics directly related to the security of Ukraine, Europe, and the world, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Feb. 6, as reported by the ministry’s press service.
“This year, at the Munich Security Conference, we will promote priority topics for Ukraine,” said Kuleba.
“The main one, is the supply of long-range missiles and the start of the supply of combat aircraft, since aircraft are the last type of weapon to be unlocked. We opened all other positions through team efforts last year. We will also talk about Ukraine's membership in NATO and the future of Russia, in general."
The Munich Security Conference will be held on Feb. 17-19. One of its main topics will be an analysis of the situation after a year of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
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