Sullivan Meets with Baltic Security Advisors: White House

The White House

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met today with his counterparts from NATO Allies Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. They expressed unwavering support for Ukraine in the face of continued Russian aggression. They also discussed preparations for the July 9-11 NATO Summit in Washington, including concrete steps Allies are working toward to bring Ukraine closer to NATO and to ensure that Ukraine has a bridge to eventual membership. The Allies underscored the importance of strengthening the transatlantic defense industrial base and discussed approaches to unlocking the value of Russian sovereign assets to benefit Ukraine. Mr. Sullivan reaffirmed the ironclad U.S. commitment to Article 5 of the Washington Treaty and to the security of NATO's eastern flank Allies.

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