Estonia and Lithuania have joined the joint declaration of the Group of Seven countries on security guarantees for Ukraine. This information was made public by the Prime Minister of Estonia, Kaja Kallas, who revealed the details of the joint statement agreed with the Prime Ministers of Lithuania and Latvia.
"We will continue to help Ukraine to victory. We will support Ukraine on its path to NATO and EU membership," Kallas wrote on Twitter, commenting on the move.
The agreed declaration, signed by Kaja Kallas, Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karinšs and Lithuanian Prime Minister Igrida Šimonite, emphasizes that Ukraine's future security can only be ensured through NATO membership.
Estonia, together with Lithuania and Latvia, joins the #G7 declaration of support for Ukraine.— Kaja Kallas (@kajakallas) August 17, 2023
We will keep helping #Ukraine until victory. We will support Ukraine on its path towards NATO and EU membership.
Full joint statement with @krisjaniskarins and @IngridaSimonyte pic.twitter.com/7xMErFKYWb