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NATO to develop assistance package for Ukraine before summit in Warsaw
16:02, 15 April 2016
NATO to develop assistance package for Ukraine before summit in Warsaw

Prime Minister Groysman met with NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow

16:02, 15 April 2016

mpe.kmu.gov.ua

The Alliance will develop a complex package of aid to Ukraine before the NATO summit in Warsaw slated for July. Groysman and Vershbow discussed this during the Friday meeting in Kyiv, the Cabinet’s press service reported.

NATO Deputy Secretary General expressed confidence that the upcoming Summit will become a nice opportunity to turn attention to the progress that Ukraine already showed in the security and defense area. It will also be a good chance to demonstrate Ukraine’s aspirations for further reforms.

Groysman marked that cooperation with the Alliance is crucial both for the government and the country. “We will broaden this cooperation and develop our common achievements”, he said.

NATO treats the new Ukrainian government as a chance to create an impetus for reforms. The Alliance reiterated that Kyiv needs to implement the necessary changes in all areas of life in the country, specifically fighting corruption and reforming defense sector of Ukraine under NATO standards.  

Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Olexandr Turchynov added that Ukraine plans present the new concept of reformation of the Armed Forces during the Warsaw summit. According to him, it is essential for Kyiv that participants in the Summit pay much attention to Russian aggression in Ukraine. Turchynov expressed hope that NATO member countries will evaluate the Kremlin’s military intervention in Crimea and Donbas during the summit.  

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