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Ukraine joining NATO in midst of war ‘not on agenda’ – Stoltenberg

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Ukraine won’t be able join NATO so long as the conflict with Russia continues, said the chief of the alliance, Jens Stoltenberg (Yn y llun), ar ddydd Mercher (24 Mai).

He said that joining a war was not an option. The issue is “what happens after the war ends”.

Ym mis Medi, gwnaeth Volodymyr Zelenskiy gais am aelodaeth carlam NATO ar ôl i Arlywydd Rwsia Vladimir Putin ddatgan pedwar rhanbarth o Wcráin a oedd wedi'u meddiannu'n rhannol fel tiriogaeth Rwsia.

Ni wnaeth cynghreiriaid NATO gydymffurfio â chais Zelenskiy. Mae llywodraethau'r gorllewin yn wyliadwrus o unrhyw symudiad a allai ddod â NATO yn nes at wrthdaro gweithredol â Rwsia.

Yn uwchgynhadledd Vilnius, ym mis Gorffennaf, mae Kyiv ynghyd â rhai o’i chynghreiriaid agosaf o ddwyrain Ewrop wedi annog NATO i gymryd camau pendant o leiaf tuag at ddod â’r Wcrain yn nes at ymuno.

In an April op-ed, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kulleba said: “It’s time for the Alliance to stop making excuses. It’s time to start the process leading to Ukraine’s eventual accession. What we need is an official written statement from allies outlining a pathway to accession.”

Rhybuddiodd prif weinidog Latfia Krisjanis Karins y byddai Rwsia yn ailddechrau rhyfel os nad yw’r Wcráin yn cael ymuno â NATO yn dilyn diwedd y gwrthdaro.

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After meeting Stoltenberg, he said: “To have… lasting peace, it is essential that Ukraine be independent, free, and liberated, and a member of NATO.”

Stoltenberg, in a rare April visit to Kyiv, reiterated the 15-year-old decision that Ukraine’s destiny lies within NATO. He did not provide a timetable.

NATO’s 2008 summit in Bucharest agreed that Ukraine would eventually join the alliance.

Nid yw arweinwyr wedi cymryd unrhyw gamau ers hynny, megis cyflwyno cynllun aelodaeth i Kyiv a fyddai’n nodi amserlen ar gyfer dod â’r Wcrain yn nes at NATO.

Stoltenberg admitted that there are differences between NATO members on how to deal with Kyiv’s ambitions for membership.

“There are many different opinions in the NATO alliance, and the only way for decisions to be made in NATO is through consensus.” He said that there are currently consultations taking place.

“No one can tell you what the final decision will be of the Vilnius Summit on this issue.”

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