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The response to Russia's nuclear blackmail must be fierce and unequivocal, otherwise every dictator will scramble to obtain nuclear weapons, and al nonproliferation agreements will be worthless. This is stated in the column of Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak published in the U.S. magazine The Atlantic.

Despite the statement of the authorities of the Russian Federation that it is ready for negotiations, it puts forward only ultimatums, so in such conditions the settlement of the conflict by diplomatic means is impossible, Mykhailo Podolyak, the adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, said in an interview with the Italian publication La Repubblica.

"We have no other options when it comes to ending the war properly. We can't leave some enclave [under Russian occupation] or create a new dividing line," Podolyak said.

We must liberate our entire land, and this will be the best proof that international law and human values cannot be broken by any terrorist state, even one as insolent as Russia.

Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak held a telephone conversation with the Italian senator, the head of the parliamentary committee for the security of the Italian Republic, Adolfo Urso.

The head of state expressed gratitude to Denmark and personally to the head of the government for the effective defense, financial and humanitarian support of Ukraine from the very beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia.

On the occasion of the upcoming Educator's Day of Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy presented state awards to educators and certificates for receiving the Head of State's award to the winners of international student Olympiads.

Zelenskyy thanked Kishida for Japan's clear support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of our country. The importance of the Japanese Prime Minister's condemnation of Russia's nuclear blackmail during his speech at the opening of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly in New York was noted.

De facto, we have already completed our path to NATO. Today, Ukraine is applying to make it de jure. Under a procedure consistent with our significance for the protection of our entire community. Under an accelerated procedure.

The members of the National Security and Defense Council discussed the issue of another attempt to annex the territory of Ukraine and the escalation of armed aggression by the Russian Federation. In addition, the NSDC considered the issue of ensuring the collective security of Ukraine and the Euro-Atlantic space.