"Signing the agreements marks the accomplishment of creating in Ukraine a legal framework for implementation of projects under NATO trust funds in support for Ukraine," the statement reads. On behalf of Ukraine, the agreements were signed by Yehor Bozhok, Head of the Mission of Ukraine to NATO ad interim, and on behalf of NATO - by Michael Leiden, General Manager of the NATO Support and Procurement Agency.
"The agreements relate to two NATO trust funds: 1) on physical rehabilitation (prosthetics) of the military personnel and 2) on reforming the logistics and standardization systems of the Armed Forces of Ukraine," the Foreign Ministry says.
The objective of the trust fund on reforming the logistics and standardization systems is to render support in improving logistics capabilities of Ukraine's Armed Forces, information systems, organizational structures and processes in accordance with NATO standards.
The trust fund on physical rehabilitation (prosthetics) of the military personnel seeks to provide assistance to Ukraine in terms of physical rehabilitation (including prosthetics) of soldiers wounded during the ATO, as well as establishment of a similar system in Ukraine.