What are the key takeaways from the NATO summit in Vilnius?

The G7 leaders meeting at the NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania on Wednesday, announced an international framework that paves the way for long-term security guarantees for Ukraine to deter Russia from future aggression. In a joint statement, which is open for other nations to join, G7 leaders from the US, Germany, Japan, France, Canada, Italy and the UK, as well as the European Union, said that the framework includes elements such as modern advanced military equipment, training, intelligence sharing, and cyber ​​defense. For its part, Ukraine would pledge improved government policies, including judicial and economic reforms, as well as increased transparency. US President Joe Biden said the G7 would help Ukraine build a strong military as it waits to join NATO. He added that “Ukraine’s future lies in NATO” and the G7 had made a clear statement that its support would last long into the future.