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    You can't throw out words from NATO // The countries of the alliance and Kyiv choose expressions to describe the prospects for Ukraine's membership in the bloc

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    For the NATO summit in Vilnius, its participants are looking for wording to describe relations with Ukraine. Kyiv actively pressed on the fact that at the meeting in Lithuania he should receive an invitation to the bloc. But, it seems, he is ready to be content with designating a date when such an invitation can be made. Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky before the summit tried to enlist the support of a number of countries of the alliance. However, for the time being, everything looks so that a key NATO member, the United States, is not ready to force a rapprochement with Kiev.

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