"We would very much like to be there, at the NATO summit, and this is our fair demand, as well as the requirement to provide a MAP and NATO membership, especially against the background of the challenges and risks that our country faces today and now," Sybiga said.
According to him, there is a tough clear position of key countries of the world, the Euro-Atlantic community, to support Ukraine's aspirations for NATO membership.
"In addition to NATO members, no other participants are invited to the NATO summit on the 14th, because this is the format. However, we raised the issue of presence, and we did everything we could to do that," Sybiga added.
As a reminder, the first G7 face-to-face summit since the beginning of the pandemic - the United States, Japan, Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy and Canada - started today, June 11, at the Carbis Bay Resort in Cornwall, UK.