Groysman countered Steinmeier in a key Eastern European security issue
"That it is Russians who "rattling" arms, and not just on the borders of NATO member countries", - Groysman
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman countered German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who has previously called NATO exercises in Eastern Europe "saber rattling."
In an interview published on July 2 Ukrainian Prime Minister Groysman noted that the Russian threat can not be ignored, otherwise it will become even bigger.
According to DW, Groysman said that it is Russians who "rattling" arms, and not just on the borders of NATO member countries. In this regard, the Prime Minister expressed hope for the development of the North Atlantic Alliance a clear strategy towards Ukraine at the summit in Warsaw and insists on the speedy entry into NATO.
According to him, the population of Ukraine supports the membership in NATO.
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