NATO doesn’t consider the idea of the synchronized enter of Ukraine and Georgia into the Alliance, since, the situation of the countries is different. Alejandro Alvargonzález, Assistant Secretary-General of NATO for Political Affairs and Security Policy, Ukrayinska Pravda reports.
‘It is not a part of our plan. We will make decisions based on reforms and situation, which is too different; I insist on this. We literally don’t have the idea of the synchronization of Ukraine and Georgia (on the way to NATO),’ Alvargonzález claimed.
He also noted that the Action Plan for NATO Membership doesn’t have a fundamental meaning, the main this is holding reforms described in Annual National Program.
‘Our assessment on Ukraine’s progress is positive. It concerns military aspects, ensure compatibility etc., and democratic reforms. A lot has been done. There is still a lot of work,’ said the Assistant Secretary-General.
He reminded that at the latest summit, NATO member countries approved the decision of Bucharest regarding Ukraine that one day it will join the Alliance.
‘As to the Action Plan for NATO Membership, currently, there is no a fundamental meaning, it will be on your way to the Action Plan for NATO Membership, or some another abbreviation,’ he added.
As it was reported earlier, during the current plenary week, the Ukrainian Parliament has to consider the amendments drafts into the Constitution considering the foreign policy course of Ukraine.