NATO Chief Visits Kyiv To Tell Zelensky Ukraine’s “Place Is In NATO”

'What?' asked Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán on Twitter

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg visited Kyiv, Ukraine on Thursday where he told the nation’s puppet president Volodymyr Zelensky Ukraine’s “place is in NATO.”

“Ukraine’s rightful place is in NATO, and over time, our support will help you make this possible,” Stoltenberg told Zelensky.

Politico reports:

Ukraine’s government formally requested “accelerated accession” to join NATO in September last year. But while NATO promised in 2008 that Ukraine will eventually become a member, most allies — including the U.S. — have been wary of creating a concrete pathway to the alliance for Kyiv while war rages on. 

The issue has fueled frustration and disagreements within the alliance. While all allies agree Ukraine cannot become part of NATO right now, some Eastern flank members are pushing for the alliance to give Kyiv at least a symbolic gesture that it is moving closer to NATO. 

So, despite acknowledgment across the board it’s not the right time to make Ukraine a member of the group, the NATO chief still decided to provoke Russia.

Stoltenberg even provided a timeframe as to when this might be decided, saying it would be “high on the agenda” when preparing for “the Vilnius Summit,” which takes place in July.

Perhaps foreshadowing what’s to come, Zelensky suggested the Vilnius Summit “could become historic,” telling Stoltenberg, “Thank you for starting our negotiations. I am sure that we will continue to establish peace together in Ukraine, and throughout Europe, and the world.”

This is of course hypocritical because Zelensky has repeatedly refused to engage in peace negotiations with the Russians despite reported pleas from some American leaders.

Ending his comments, the NATO chief basically said the main focus of “the alliance,” as of now is “to ensure that Ukraine prevails” so that it can become a NATO member in the future.

In a clip going viral online, Stoltenberg said, “All NATO allies have agreed that Ukraine will become a NATO member. But the main focus now is how to ensure Ukraine prevails.”

The NATO head is clearly lying to the public as Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the leader of a NATO country, responded to Stoltenberg’s remarks by writing, “What?!” on a Twitter post.

The Twitter account for Russia Today joked that Orban “wasn’t expecting Jens Stoltenberg to make his mind up for him on Ukraine joining NATO.”

Former leader of the UK Independence Party Nigel Farage wrote, “Our leaders will not rest until we are in a full war. This is madness.”

Meanwhile, NATO is reportedly backing up Ukraine by siccing its Facebook fact-checking group on journalist Seymour Hersch’s article exposing Zelensky for embezzling funds.

Americans need to wake up to the Ukraine scam and demand their politicians stop funding the corrupt NATO puppets killing tens of thousands of people just to launder money and weapons for the Military-Industrial-Complex.

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