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NATO-Ukraine meeting to take place January 10, - Foreign Minister

Source : 112 Ukraine

It's part of large-scale diplomatic efforts to deter the Russian aggression
14:47, 5 January 2022

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba
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The NATO is going to have a meeting with Ukraine on January 10. Dmytro Kuleba, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine reported that on Twitter.

"No decisions about Ukraine without Ukraine. On January 10, I will be at the session of Ukraine-NATO committee session in Brussels. This is part of large-scale diplomatic efforts to deter the Russian aggression", the minister wrote.

As is known, the Alliance also intends to hold an urgent meeting in the view of Russian military build-up next to the Ukrainian border.

Earlier, NATO Secretary General warned Russia that the attack on Ukraine would cost it a lot; he urged the sides to get back to the diplomatic way of solving the conflict.

Related: New German coalition more likely to support Ukraine's EU entry than NATO membership, - ambassador

The new coalition of German Bundestag, which made the basis of the government headed by Olaf Scholz is more likely to endorse Ukraine's membership in the EU than the NATO entry. Andriy Melnyk, the ambassador of Ukraine in Germany said so in the interview with Yevropeiska Pravda.

"This is my personal feeling. This topic was even, as you know, more prominently spelled out in the new coalition agreement. For the first time, German politicians state, recognize the desire of Ukraine to achieve membership... This is such a tacit support. They don't rule it out a priori, and it's already important", Melnyk said.

According to him, the Ukrainian diplomats are trying to shape a certain action plan for the country in the near future, so that it implements the necessary reforms that would speed up Ukraine's membership in the EU.

Related: NATO to hold emergency meeting over Russian troop build-up near Ukraine's borders

 

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