According to ABC News in the United States, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has “calmed down” on the issue of his country’s NATO membership, which was a major reason for Russia’s war with its neighbour.

The war-torn country’s leader is reportedly said to have gone a step further in healing bridges with Vladimir Putin, declaring that he was willing to talk about the status of the two breakaway pro-Russian areas of Donetsk and Lugansk, which Moscow claims are independent republics.

In a televised interview, Zelenskyy said, “I have cooled down on this topic a long time ago after we learned that… NATO is not prepared to embrace Ukraine.” “Controversial issues and conflict with Russia are two things that the alliance is terrified of.”

Ukraine did not want to be a “nation demanding something on its knees,” according to Zelenskyy, and he “did not want to be that President.”

Russia has opposed Ukraine’s prospective NATO Alliance for a long time.

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, to give it its full name, was established during the Cold War to counter the Soviet Union’s dominance in Europe.

However, with the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the alliance continued to extend eastward to include former Soviet territories.

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