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Sullivan will discuss support for Ukraine from United States with NATO partners

Sullivan will discuss support for Ukraine from United States with NATO partners Photo: National Security Advisor to the U.S. President Jake Sullivan (Getty Images)

On Wednesday, February 7, Jake Sullivan, the National Security Advisor to the President of the United States, will visit Brussels, Belgium. There, he will meet with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and participate in a meeting of the North Atlantic Council with his colleagues from NATO member countries, according to the White House website.

During the meetings in Brussels, Sullivan will discuss a range of key issues ahead of the 75th anniversary summit of NATO in Washington.

This includes discussions on the ongoing support for Ukraine from the United States, Washington's response to Russian aggression, and the investments made by NATO member countries in strengthening defense capabilities and deterrence, including through investments in the defense-industrial bases of the United States.

Diplomatic activity of Jake Sullivan

In early February, the Head of the Office of the President, Andriy Yermak, held a telephone conversation with Jake Sullivan. The parties discussed the current situation on the front lines and the actions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces to counter Russian aggression.

At the end of January, Yermak and Sullivan discussed the approval by the U.S. Congress of a financial assistance package for Ukraine.

Additionally, Sullivan privately discussed Russian aggression against Ukraine with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.