NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg intends to meet with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in Munich on Saturday, Feb. 18.
NATO is willing to further support reforms of Ukraine’s defense sector and assures that Ukraine remains an important partner in the alliance's agenda.
Deputy Foreign Minister-Chief of Staff Vadym Prystaiko paid a visit to the NATO Headquarters on Sept. 22-23, 2016.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a phone conversation with Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel.
The Lithuanian Embassy in Ukraine held a press conference with participation of diplomats, representatives of the executive branch of the Ukrainian government, and experts who told what Ukraine should expect from the upcoming NATO Summit in Warsaw on July 8-9.
The cooperation between Ukraine and NATO is intense, based on proven program, and perspective, NATO Military Committee Chairman Gen. Petr Pavel believes.
NATO plans to make a political statement confirming the Alliance’s support to the Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as approve the support package and increase practical assistance to Ukraine subsequent to the results of the summit scheduled to be held in Warsaw July 8 and 9.
The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine chaired by President Petro Poroshenko has discussed the Strategic Defense Bulletin as well as the issues related to planning and implementation of the State Defense Order.
Today, March 8, a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission at the level of permanent representatives took place at NATO HQ in Brussels under the chairmanship of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
The issue of Ukraine is included on the agenda of NATO policy and meetings with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko are expected.
Cabinet's strategic goals are Ukraine's membership in the European Union and NATO, restoration of territorial integrity, and economic growth.
According to the president of Ukraine, the issue of Ukraine's accession to NATO is crucial for the country.