"We plan to build two qualitatively new infrastructure facilities in the near future - military bases in Mariupol and Severodonetsk, which will be equipped according to NATO standards," the minister said.
In addition, the head of the defense department plans to implement a project to build mobile towns for the Ukrainian Armed Forces - following the example of field camps with wagons and places for rest, meals, showers and bathrooms.
According to Zagorodniuk, in such modular towns on the second line, the Ukrainian military will be able to comfortably live and perform tasks.
Earlier Cabinet of Ministers approved the Annual program Ukraine-NATO in a new quality. The rights, freedoms and legitimate interests lie in its core as Ukraine’s Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk reported on Telegram.
The development of the document took place on the international method of Results-Based Management. This method is used during the preparation of strategic documents in countries-members of NATO, the World Bank, and the UN.
The program provides the reforms of the security and defense sector as well as democratic changes in the country. It is approximated to the Action Plan on the membership in NATO.
As we reported, NATO positively assesses the implementation of reforms in Ukraine but insists on the need to pay special attention to the reform of the Security Service and the defense industry.
On January 15, 2020, Ukraine and NATO have finally agreed to conduct a joint exercise to protect critical infrastructure in the Black Sea region, Indestructible Sustainability 2020 in Odesa.