Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda believes that NATO’s upcoming Vilnius summit will reach agreements that will "not disappoint" Ukraine in its fight against Russian invasion, LRT reports. Speaking in an interview with BNS, Nauseda said that the summit was unlikely to invite Ukraine to join the alliance after the war, however. Instead, NATO countries are expected to provide security guarantees and establish a NATO-Ukraine Council to enhance Ukraine’s integration into the alliance, the president said. He expects Ukraine to receive significant support while not achieving its maximum goals. Also, the summit is expected to result in additional arms and economic assistance for Ukraine, Nauseda added.