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    President Andrzej Duda visits Ukraine for talks with Volodymyr Zelensky

    President Andrzej Duda expressed his commitment to ensuring a clear perspective on Ukraine’s membership in NATO during the upcoming summit in Vilnius. Alongside Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda, Duda visited Kyiv to show support for Ukraine’s defense against the Russian invasion.

    “Another trip to Kyiv to support our allies has ended. We talked about the NATO summit, what it will bring, and international support for Ukraine and its reconstruction. Consultations ahead of NATOSummit will continue in the coming days, including my visit to Vilnius. These are activities aimed at strengthening the security of the Republic., Duda said.

    The leaders consulted with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss the current front-line situation and the potential threat posed by a Russian attack on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

    The three presidents also discussed the forthcoming NATO Summit in Vilnius, scheduled for July 11-12. Speaking in Kyiv, Duda emphasized their strong belief in Ukraine’s NATO membership and their efforts to make the summit genuinely decisive. He stressed that Ukraine’s safety is interconnected with the safety of all nations and emphasized the importance of bolstering NATO’s presence in Eastern Europe.

    Duda further emphasized that a strong NATO presence in their region is in the best interest of all countries involved, fostering collective safety and stability.

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