"I had a productive meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia, we understand each other very well," Dmytro Kuleba, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine told journalists before the meeting of the heads of foreign affairs of the NATO-Ukraine Council held in Brussels, APA reports.
"The head of the Slovak MFA once again emphasized that support for the maintenance of Ukraine's heavy military equipment will continue. Contracts for the production of weapons between Slovak and Ukrainian military companies will continue. That is, I do not see a risk for Slovakia. As for Hungary's issue of blocking military support, let's wait for the next two weeks," Kuleba said.
Note that Prime Minister Robert Fico, the head of the new right-wing government elected in Slovakia, said that his country is stopping military support to Ukraine and has already informed NATO about it.