Frustrated Ukrainian Foreign Minister claims NATO has refused to take ‘a single step’ towards allowing Kiev join bloc since 2008

Dmitry Kuleba, Ukraine’s

Dmitry Kuleba, Ukraine’s most senior diplomat, has aired his frustration at the lack of clarity the country is receiving from the US and its allies about which hoops it must jump through before it can join the NATO military bloc.

Speaking to Turkey’s Anadolu news agency in an interview published on Monday, the foreign minister said that, although the group’s leaders agreed at a summit in 2008 that Ukraine, along with Georgia, “will become members of NATO,” no progress had been made on the commitment since then.

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