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Foreign Minister Prystaiko to represent Ukraine at NATO summit

The summit will be held in London on December 3-4
18:59, 30 November 2019
 
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko will attend the NATO Engages conference. It will be held as part of the summit of NATO member countries in London, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
 
"According to the agenda, Prystaiko is declared in the list of speakers of the panel named "From the Baltic to the Black Sea: Security at the NATO front" together with Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani, Lithuanian Minister of Defense Raimundas Karoblis and Estonian Minister of Defense Yuri Luik," the statement said.
 
 
Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Ukraine and Donbas are the topics that will be on the agenda at the Alliance summit in London on December 3-4. The NATO Secretary General, during a press conference on the eve of the London Summit, stated this in a comment on Ukrinform.

“I am convinced that the situation in Ukraine and efforts to implement the Minsk agreements will be part of the discussion in London. We welcome the efforts of the Allies in the Norman format in finding ways to a certain progress,” Stoltenberg said.

He assured NATO of its intention to continue to practically and politically support Ukraine. The Secretary General of the Alliance added that NATO will support efforts to implement the Minsk agreements, to find a sustainable and lasting political solution to the current crisis.

 
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