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President Zelenskyy: This year raises a number of fundamental questions about NATO-Ukraine relations

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April 2,2024 290
President Zelenskyy: This year raises a number of fundamental questions about NATO-Ukraine relations

“This year raises a number of fundamental questions about NATO-Ukraine relations,” said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in a traditional address to the Ukrainian nation on April 1.

I wish you health, fellow Ukrainians!

A brief report for today.

I had a rather long and thorough discussion with the military and government officials about drones, all their necessary types – from FPV to our attack drones, which are showing remarkable results in destroying Russia’s military potential in the rear. Today we talked about the nuances of production, support and financing, contracts, and the necessary flexibility in setting priorities. Our defense industry must produce precisely what the war requires in the amount that is necessary and as timely as needed. Obviously, drones will be one of the decisive factors for victory in this war, and it should be a Ukrainian factor, Ukrainian drones, Ukrainian victory, which means we need more and more efficient Ukrainian drones. We can ensure this. Today’s meeting also focused on electronic warfare systems. We now have a significant number of Ukrainian products, and we have a great determination of our manufacturers to strengthen our defense with electronic warfare. We are providing the state resources to the maximum extent necessary and are working on comprehensive solutions. Solutions that will provide the necessary cover for the entire front. Everyone in the government of Ukraine, everyone in the Defense and Security Forces of Ukraine who is responsible for the drone program, knows their tasks clearly. Time and efficiency in fulfilling the tasks will be crucial. And I commend everyone who works one hundred percent efficiently in this area.

Full text of the address: Office of the President of Ukraine

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