"We deserve to be members of the Alliance, if the Alliance sees not at the backstage, but at the same table...I believe that we really deserve to be on the same level," Zelensky said.
The President of Ukraine also expressed special gratitude for the support of the President of the United States and spoke about the "warm relations" between Ukraine and United Kingdom.
NATO leaders have confirmed the decision of the Bucharest summit about Ukraine becoming the Alliance member. At that, Kyiv still needs to move forward with reforms, reads the document.
In April, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky discussed his country's membership in the NATO with his French colleague Emmanuel Macron and British Premier Boris Johnson.