Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has made it clear that NATO’s mission to defend the territorial integrity of human rights and international law is no longer a blank slate, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in a speech at the summit. very important the sanctions that are decided to be applied by all members.
According to government sources, the Prime Minister focused on the issues on the agenda of the Summit and stressed the importance of the fact that the Alliance has shown unity, speed and determination in dealing with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, stressing the need to continue in the direction she.
At this point he stressed that it is very important for substantive and symbolic reasons the sanctions that are decided to be applied by all members.
He reiterated that Greece sided with Ukraine from the outset and said that the Russian invasion had made it clear that NATO’s mission to defend its territorial integrity, human rights and international law was no longer a blank slate.
The Prime Minister also welcomed the development with Finland and Sweden and expressed his satisfaction that any difficulties were overcome.