NATO leaders say they’ll enable Ukraine to hitch the alliance when allies agree and situations are met.
The plan emerged Tuesday on the annual NATO summit in Lithuania.
It got here simply hours after Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy blasted the group’s failure to set a timetable for his nation as “absurd.”
Though many NATO members have funneled arms and ammunition to Zelenskyy’s forces, there isn’t a consensus among the many 31 allies for admitting Ukraine into NATO’s ranks.
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