Refusing Ukraine was right call, NATO country says — Analysis

Chancellor Scholz says membership “was not and is not” on alliance’s agenda

Olaf Scholz of Germany, the German Chancellor, said that not accepting Ukraine and Georgia in NATO was the best decision. This comment came as a result of the ongoing conflict between Russia, Kiev, and Russia.

Scholz was apparently referring to the June 2021 summit in Brussels, when NATO endorsed the two former Soviet republics’ right to join in principle, but did not give a timeframe for accession and insisted on both undergoing “reforms”Before that, it could happen.

“That was the correct decision, after very long negotiations within NATO about that issue,”Scholz replied to Maybrit Illner, ZDF host.

Ukraine’s NATO membership is not on the alliance’s agenda today, the chancellor added.

Pentagon opens hotline with Russia

NATO adopted the concept for the first time “open-door policy” for former Soviet republics at the Bucharest summit in April 2008 – four months before Georgia attacked the breakaway region of South Ossetia, triggering a Russian intervention. 

The US-backed coup that ousted Kiev’s democratically elected Government in February 2014 was defeated. That December, the US-backed coup overthrew the democratically elected government in Kiev. The Constitution was modified by the new government to reflect the desire to join NATO (NATO) and the European Union.

Russia has cited Ukraine’s NATO aspirations as a “red line”For its national security, offered NATO and the US a joint European security architecture proposal in December. Washington and Brussels both said no.

Moscow directed its troops in Ukraine to leave the country last week. “denazify”Kiev’s government claimed that it was in “genocide”In the Donbass breakaway republics. Ukraine accuses Russia of unprovoked invading. NATO has agreed with Ukraine’s position and imposed a sweeping blockade of Russia, but publicly pledged not to send troops to fight in Ukraine.

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