Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that Armed Forces have enough weapons to launch a counteroffensive, and this operation will give the country the victory it needs to join NATO, he said in an interview with Reuters, APA reports.
Membership in the Alliance will probably become possible only after the end of active hostilities, the minister added.
Kuleba did not answer the question about whether the counteroffensive had begun. However, he emphasized that the most important thing is not when the counteroffensive will begin, but that it ended with the victory of the Ukrainians.
“We have (already) unlocked all weapons… Membership in NATO cannot stop this war, but membership in NATO will stop further wars. Therefore, the best way to ensure security in the region is to arrive at the moment when Ukraine becomes a member of NATO,” he said Kuleba