"I urge the Allies to provide all the necessary resources and personnel so that we can provide them (Ukraine and Georgia - ed.) with more practical support," Stoltenberg said.
He also reminded about their importance as partners of the Alliance in the Black Sea region.
"This April we agreed a package of events to conduct more training and increase information sharing," the Secretary General said.
As we reported earlier, During his visit to Odesa, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg promised Alliance's support for Ukraine in organizing military command, logistics, and cyber security, according to the Alliance's press service.
"We will help you with command and control, cyber security and logistics. Allies are supporting Odesa Naval Academy in enhancing and improving the quality of naval education," Stoltenberg said at a meeting with Vice Prime Minister Dmytro Kuleba.
According to the Secretary General of the alliance, NATO condemns Russia's aggressive actions in the Black Sea region.