Zelensky says Ukraine may reconsider giving up nuclear weapons

The president of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelenski, has asserted this Saturday that his country can reconsider the renunciation of the possession of nuclear weapons, withdrawing from the commitment it assumed in the 1990s within the framework of the agreement with Russia, the United States and the United Kingdom on nuclear weapons. security guarantees.

Zelensky has entrusted the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with convening a meeting of the signatory countries of the Budapest Memorandum of 1994 and has declared, during his speech at the Security Conference in Munich (Germany), that if the summit does not take place or ends without “security guarantees” for Ukraine are granted, Kiev “will have every right” to consider that the pact “does not work and that all the decisions of the 1994 package are called into question”.

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