Klimkin wrote on Twitter after meeting with Stoltenberg in Brussels on Monday, Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine.
"Together with the secretary general we plan to sign an agreement in Kyiv on a new level of representation of the Alliance. In fact, this will be the embassy of NATO in Ukraine," he wrote.
He also noted that several other documents would be signed by the NATO Secretary General during his visit to Ukraine in September including a road-map for the Ukraine-NATO defense-technical cooperation and the one in the field of strategic communications aimed at fighting the Russian propaganda, Ukrinform reports.
"We also discussed the establishment of new trust funds and projects, in particular, in the field of mine clearance, strategic communications. We paid special attention to the support of the Ukrainian Navy and special designation forces as well," the Foreign Minister stated.