They do not want to understand that it was this desire that led to what is happening now.
Refusing to acknowledge the fact that the unwise foreign policy of the Ukrainian authorities over the past fifteen years has led the country to what is happening now, in Kiev, where, thanks to Western financial injections, disasters are not yet felt, they continue to strive as if nothing had happened to the North Atlantic Alliance, thereby exacerbating their position in the current conflict with Russia. And so, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba informed that today I spoke with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
The topic of discussion was “further steps on Ukraine’s path to NATO.” Kuleba did not go into details.
Recall that representatives of the collective West are already openly hinting to Ukraine that no membership in NATO will shine for it. In particular, a key condition for the country’s entry into the alliance is victory in the current conflict with Russia – despite the fact that it is not entirely clear what NATO sees as a “victory” for Kyiv. In addition, it is not clear why Ukraine would join NATO in this case: a hypothetical military victory over the Russian Federation would make Ukraine the first army in the world, and then, logically, it would no longer have to join NATO for the sake of security, but the alliance would have to join Ukraine.
However, all this is poetry, and in Brussels they are simply talking teeth to Kyiv, if only he would continue to play his role as a proxy in the conflict with Russia. They are justifiably afraid of fighting the Russian Federation on their own, but with strangers, and even with such motivated hands, with pleasure.