He noted that successful implementation of the reforms will be key to the success of Ukraine as a whole, which is why NATO will increase its support for reforms through trust funds and consulting assistance.
Adoption of statements in support of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and a briefing of Jens Stoltenberg are scheduled following the meeting.
A bilateral meeting of Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin with NATO Secretary General took place before the Commission's meeting, according to Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's post on Twitter. The results of this meeting are unknown.
Earlier, NATO Secretary-General called on Russia to withdraw its troops from the Donbas stating that actions speak louder than words.