On 31 October, a delegation of 4 representatives of the Czech government arrived in Ukraine. As a result of the historic meeting of politicians of the two countries, a declaration was signed between the president of Ukraine Zelenskyy and the prime minister of the Czech Republic Petr Fiala. The document guarantees joint work and support on Ukraine's path to the Euro-Atlantic Alliance.
The Ukrainian-Czech document identified priority areas for cooperation among the countries within the framework of Ukraine's movement toward NATO. The signature of the prime minister of the Czech Republic means that his state will render full assistance and is ready to vote for Ukraine's membership in the Alliance.
"We have recorded this declaration, which will strengthen cooperation to ensure NATO standards in Ukraine. The Czech Republic has confirmed that it supports our state to become a full member of the Alliance as soon as the terms are allowed," Volodymyr Zelenskyy said about the treaty's significance.