One thing is for sure, Ukraine will not know when it will join NATO on Wednesday night. On a frantic tour of Europe, President Volodymyr Zelensky, who calls for a clear and unequivocal commitment from the transatlantic alliance, doubled down on diplomatic travels all week. In Sofia and then in Prague on Thursday, in Bratislava and then in Istanbul on Friday, Zelensky, in turn, met with his Spanish, Bulgarian, Czech, Slovak, Turkish and Polish counterparts to discuss one topic: the NATO summit, July 11-12. in Vilnius.
The Lithuanian capital, 30 km from the Belarusian border, hosts the annual gathering of the 31 North Atlantic allies in a front-line atmosphere. NATO was energized by its unanimous response to the invasion of Ukraine sixteen months ago, and by the retreat of the Russian military since last fall. But Zelensky was involved
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