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Zelensky On NATO: ‘Ukraine knows it cannot join NATO’, Zelensky said after 20 days of war – we believe in ourselves

Kyiv : Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky says the country knows it cannot join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Addressing representatives of the UK-led Joint Operations Force (JEF), Zelensky said “we have heard about NATO’s allegedly open doors for years”, but “we have already heard that we are involved”. Will not be able to.

‘Trusting in yourself and your allies’
He said that ‘this is the truth that we should recognize, and I am glad that our people are starting to realize this and are counting on themselves and our allies who are helping us.’ The JEF may include Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Sweden and Norway. Zelensky again urged the Western allies to provide warplanes to Ukraine.
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United Nations will give 40 million dollars in aid
A member of Ukraine’s negotiating delegation, adviser to the Ukrainian presidential office, Mihailo Ponoliak, said on March 14 that the Ukraine-Russia video talks had been postponed for technical reasons and would resume on March 15. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on March 14 that the United Nations would strengthen Ukraine’s humanitarian relief work by withdrawing $40 million from the Central Emergency Fund. This amount will be used to buy food items, drinking water and medicines.

Mayor of Kyiv said – difficult and dangerous moment
The mayor of Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, Vitaly Klitschko, announced a 35-hour curfew for people on Tuesday, warning that “today is a difficult and dangerous moment”. This information was given by BBC. This comes after Russian airstrikes affected residential buildings and a metro station overnight. Emergency services say two people were killed in an attack on an apartment block in the city. Curfew is now to be imposed in the Ukrainian capital after the recent bombing of the city.