NATO Deputy Secretary-General Mirza Giona said on Saturday that the possible peacekeeping mission in Ukraine would be decided by NATO leaders by consensus. “Leaders will discuss very carefully what the Polish president proposes,” Giona said. News.ro reports that an extraordinary NATO summit will take place next week.
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On Saturday, DG24, Mirzia Giona was asked about Poland’s proposal for peacekeeping in Ukraine: “We are a Democratic alliance of 30 countries. Every nation has a right – that is the beauty of NATO. The announcers represent the two countries, and the leaders will discuss very carefully what the Polish president is proposing.We will see what the consensus is, what the consensus is.
Giona explained that there are other plans as well.
“It simply came to our notice then. I firmly believe that the President of Romania will come up with his own ideas, and President Biden will come up with his own ideas. .
He reiterated the idea of intense support for Ukraine, but without exacerbating the conflict in the region.
“We continue to support Ukraine vigorously, sincerely and reliably, but be careful not to risk another conflict between the two nuclear powers by accident or by wanting to do more good,” Giona added.
Following a meeting with the leaders of Poland, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Ukraine in Kiev on Tuesday, Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski called on Ukraine to send an international peacekeeping mission.
An extraordinary NATO summit is scheduled for March 24 with the participation of US President Joe Biden.
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