“I don’t expect to discuss this today.

Slovenia adheres to a policy of openness to the entry of new members into NATO.

But there is a question of time - when and how, ”RIA Novosti quotes her.

According to the diplomat, since Ukraine is still in a state of conflict, the issue of the country's membership is not yet "on the table."

“We are ready to discuss this when the time is right,” Fayon added.

On November 26, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Cros signed a declaration in Kyiv supporting Ukraine's membership in the EU and NATO.

Earlier, Bloomberg, citing sources familiar with the situation, reported that NATO believes that the time for Ukraine's membership in the alliance has not yet come.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the doors of the alliance remain open for Ukraine.