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Ukraine creates national system of transition to NATO standards, - PM

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukraine has already introduced 292 NATO standards and guidelines, or 19% of standardization agreements
22:17, 11 April 2021

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal
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Ukraine is creating a national system for the transition to NATO standards, which should accelerate the path to full membership in the North Atlantic Alliance. This was announced by the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal on Facebook.

He noted that Olga Stefanyshyna, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, presented the launch of the system this week.

"Ukraine is creating a national system for the transition to NATO standards. The launch of such a system was presented this week by Olga Stefanyshyna, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration. Ukraine is firmly and indestructible on the course of joining the Alliance. After all, as the President of Ukraine noted, NATO is the only one the way to end the war in the east of Ukraine, "the prime minister said.

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Shmygal also added that Ukraine has already introduced 292 NATO standards and guidelines, or 19% of standardization agreements. And the launch of the national system for the transition to NATO standards will allow Ukraine to accelerate its path to full membership in the Alliance.

On April 9, the Russian Foreign Ministry said that Ukraine's accession to NATO would lead to a large-scale escalation in Donbas, and could also allegedly become a threat to Ukrainian statehood. The Russian Federation drew attention to the statement by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky that joining NATO will help end the conflict in Donbas.

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