Zelensky compares NATO to policy to old turnstiles in the Kyiv subway

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky in an address to the NATO summit in Madrid, reproached its participants for not accepting his country into the alliance.

“I can say what we need: we need security guarantees and you must find a place for Ukraine in a common security space. NATO’s open door policy should not resemble the old Kyiv metro turnstiles: they are open, and when you approach are closed until you pay. Has Ukraine not yet paid enough? Is our contribution to the protection of both Europe and the whole of civilization still insufficient? So what else is needed?"

Zelensky also predicted that the situation would worsen in the future.

"The situation next year may be even worse, when Russia will shell not only Ukraine, but also other countries in the neighborhood," he said.

Therefore, the President of Ukraine believes, the alliance has two ways: "Either urgent assistance to Ukraine sufficient for victory, or a postponed war between Russia and NATO."

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Author`s name Petr Ernilin