NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the Alliance will consider the possibility of providing additional support to Ukraine as part of the Integrated Assistance Package. The press service of the Foreign Ministry reports, quoting Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba as he had a telephone conversation with Stoltenberg on March 27.
It is noted that Kuleba understood the decision of the partners to postpone meetings of the North Atlantic Council of NATO with the participation of Ukraine and Georgia to a later date, given the difficult epidemiological situation in Europe and the world.
"The policy of the new government of Ukraine regarding NATO remains absolutely unchanged," Kuleba said.
Among the key short-term priorities of bilateral cooperation, he noted granting Ukraine the status of a participant in the NATO Enhanced Capabilities Program as an additional tool for deepening military cooperation; the resumption of high-level Ukraine-NATO Commission meetings and the updating of the NATO Integrated Assistance Package for Ukraine.
As we reported before, Ukraine's armed forces do not need to be fully adapted to NATO standards, but it is important for the Armed Forces to interact with the Alliance's forces.