On May 26, at 10:00 a.m., the second day of the annual Kyiv Security Forum (KBF) began.
In the capital, the 15th KBF gathered prominent international figures, he reports Gazeta.ua.
Among the participants of the forum announced by the organizers are world experts in international relations and security issues, diplomats, journalists and public activists. The central topic of the forum is the acquisition of Ukraine’s membership in NATO.
The ex-president of the United States of America will address the participants of the forum and all of Ukraine George Bush-junior, former Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnsonex-prime minister of Australia Anthony Abbott.
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Also US Deputy Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nulandex-secretary of the United States Condoleezza RiceAssistant Secretary General of NATO for Public Diplomacy Baiba BrajePresident of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Joel Garrio-Millama professor at Stanford University Francis Fukuyama.
Among the participants of the forum is the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Oleksandra Matviychuksecretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilovhead of the Coordination Council of Belarus Svetlana TsikhanovskaSupreme Commander of NATO’s combined armed forces in Europe in 1997-2000 Wesley Clark, Permanent Representative of the United States to the OSCE Michael Carpentercommander of US Central Command in 2008-10 David PetraeusUS Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul.
“Kyiv Security Forum, established by the foundation Arseniy Yatsenyuk “Open Ukraine” is the main platform of our state for discussing the problems of war and peace, national and world security,” it says Online KBF.
Gazeta.ua is a media partner of the 15th Kyiv Security Forum. You can familiarize yourself with its program by link.
On April 20, he went to Ukraine for the first time since the beginning of the great war the Secretary General arrived NATO Jens Stoltenberg. He met with the president in Kyiv Volodymyr Zelenskyi.
After a visit to Kyiv Stoltenberg saidthat all NATO member states agree that Ukraine should become a member of the North Atlantic Alliance.
Ukraine’s strategic course for membership in the EU and NATO is enshrined in the Constitution.
In 2020, Ukraine acquired the status of NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partner. Refusing to join the Alliance is an ultimatum from the aggressor country of the Russian Federation.