Jake Sullivan, who is currently fulfilling the role of National Security Advisor, held talks today with the representatives from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, who are all allied with NATO. They discussed European protection, making it clear that they remained fully behind Ukraine in the face of continued Russian hostility. They were pleased that safety services continued to be provided to Ukraine and noted the significance of keeping the pressure on Russia, including through complete implementation of the sanctions. Mr. Sullivan reasserted the U.S.’s pledge to protect the Allies on NATO’s eastern border. The discussion also focused on getting ready for the NATO Summit in Vilnius and augmenting NATO’s stance, alertness, and ability to work together. The original piece of writing which details National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s meeting with Baltic and Polish National Security Advisors was first published by The White House.