NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg claimed that Ukraine and Georgia are going to join the Alliance but that is not going to happen tomorrow.
"I guess it's obviously not going to happen tomorrow but they will join. So this is my message to the NATO allies and what we discussed with the US President yesterday: we need to boost our efforts and do more for these countries that wish to join the Alliance", the official said at a press conference.
Earlier, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba commented on the recent opinion of Russian president Vladimir Putin; the Russian leader earlier claimed that NATO's military infrastructure deployment in Ukraine would "cross Russia's red lines".
"Putin's red lines scale down to the territory of the Russian Federation. On our side of Russian-Ukrainian border, we will decide on our own how to act in the interests of the Ukrainian nation and the security of Ukraine and Europe", Kuleba wrote on his Twitter.