Live Updates: NATO Summit in Vilnius – Latest Promises and Comments by NATO Leaders to Ukraine

Today, Tuesday, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit is taking place in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, which will last two days amid a tense international situation due to the Ukrainian crisis and disagreements over accepting its membership.

  • The NATO summit has started in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
  • “This is unprecedented and absurd”: Zelensky addresses NATO: Ukraine deserves respect
  • Macron announced the decision of France to supply Kyiv with long-range missiles
  • NATO Secretary General presented his proposal to accelerate Ukraine’s entry into the alliance
  • Moscow indicates the “ceiling of what Zelensky can get from the NATO summit”
  • As a Turkish “ice cream seller” Erdogan evaded approval of Sweden’s entry into “NATO” (video)
  • Newspaper: Turkey received full support from the West after the announcement of the adoption of protocols on Sweden’s accession to NATO
  • US Secretary of Defense discusses military support for Ankara with his Turkish counterpart
  • Sunak: Sweden’s entry is a historic moment for NATO
  • Antonov: Washington is preparing public opinion to accept any anti-Russian decisions that will be made at the NATO summit
  • Lithuania calls on NATO to place military bases near Russia’s borders
  • Michel and Erdogan agree to “reactivate” relations between the EU and Turkey
  • Zakharova: NATO summit will be held in the worst traditions of Western manipulation
  • European Commission welcomes Turkey’s approval of Sweden’s NATO membership
  • Details of the statement on the trilateral meeting of Erdogan, Stoltenberg and Kristerson in Lithuania
  • Informed source: The exact date of Sweden’s accession to NATO is unknown
  • Swedish Prime Minister welcomes Turkey’s approval of his country’s accession to NATO
  • CNN: Turkish parliament to approve Sweden’s NATO membership in autumn session
  • Zelensky: Ukraine is waiting for a clear mechanism for obtaining NATO membership
  • Biden hails Turkey’s green light for Sweden to join NATO
  • NATO Secretary General: Erdogan agreed to submit Sweden’s request to join the alliance to the Turkish Parliament

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