Zelensky shows up for second day of NATO culmination

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky arrives on the second day of the annual NATO Summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, on July 12.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has shown up for the second day of the NATO culmination in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Addressing correspondents, Zelensky said he has "three need questions" on the plan Wednesday.

He illustrated those as another weapons bundles, a greeting for NATO enrollment and "security ensures for Ukraine en route to NATO."

"We need to be in total agreement with everyone with all the comprehension … and I comprehend that we will have this greeting when safety efforts will permit," Zelensky expressed, alluding to Ukraine's NATO enrollment bid
Andriy Yermak, top of the Ukrainian president's office, said on Message that Kyiv will "discuss protection, security, weapons, and President Zelensky's Tranquility Equation," during day two of the highest point.

On Wednesday, Ukraine will participate in the principal debut meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Committee and hold two-sided gatherings, Yermak said.

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