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    Polish Resolution on Ukraine’s NATO Accession Praised by Ukrainian Parliament Leader

    The Chairman of the Ukrainian Parliament expressed his gratitude to the Polish Senate for its resolution on Ukraine’s membership in NATO.

    Ruslan Stefanchuk acknowledged the importance of the resolution, which was adopted unanimously by the Senate and called for the upcoming NATO summit in Vilnius to offer Ukraine a pathway to full membership.

    The resolution stated that Ukraine’s accession to NATO should be a political decision and a result of a strategic analysis of challenges and threats outside the alliance’s eastern border, similar to the cases of Finland and Sweden.

    “Ukraine’s accession to Nato should be a political decision, as in the case of Finland and Sweden – the result of a strategic analysis of challenges and threats outside the alliance’s eastern border,”

    the resolution read.

    Polish senators also emphasized Ukraine’s role in defending Europe against aggression from the East and Stefanchuk thanked them for their support.

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