Next week, Ukraine will begin negotiations with the United States on a bilateral agreement on providing security guarantees within the framework of the Joint Declaration of Support for Ukraine.
Source: Andrii Yermak, Head of the President's Office, in his speech at the meeting of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities under the President of Ukraine, held in Ivano-Frankivsk, reports European Pravda with reference to the President’s website
Details: Yermak says these guarantees will be valid until Ukraine joins NATO.
He stressed that Ukraine is already working on bilateral agreements with partners.
Quote: "And I will make a small announcement: we are to begin the relevant negotiations with the United States next week.
Security guarantees for Ukraine will be concrete and long-term commitments that will ensure Ukraine's ability to win now and deter Russian aggression in the future. These will be clearly described formats and support mechanisms."
Earlier: Member states of the Group of Seven at the NATO summit in Vilnius have agreed on a framework document concerning security guarantees for Ukraine
The leaders agreed not on specific parameters of security guarantees, but on their framework, while specific bilateral treaties will be signed later.