A meeting of the Ukraine-NATO Commission at the level of Permanent Representatives of the Member States will be held on January 15 in Brussels. Ukraine's Vice Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Dmytro Kuleba, said this in a comment to European Truth news outlet.
The meeting participants plan to consider the implementation of the Ukraine-NATO Annual National Cooperation Program for 2019 and discuss the route of priority reforms for 2020.
The Ukraine-NATO assessment was approved by 29 member states at the last meeting of the NATO North Atlantic Council in Brussels.
As we reported, NATO has fixated Russia's largest submarine activity since the end of the Cold War: ten Russian submarines were immediately located around Norway in October