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NATO standards: Poroshenko shows new food intake of Ukrainian soldiers
13:28, 3 May 2018

NATO standards: Poroshenko shows new food intake of Ukrainian soldiers

The menu consists of seven complex rations for seven days

13:28, 3 May 2018

The Ukrainian soldiers in Donbas will get a new food intake worked out according to the NATO standards. Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine reported this on Facebook and published the photos of the new menu.

'Our soldiers in Donbas will get a new food intakes worked out according to the NATO standards. Seven different complex rations for seven days of the week. Now, if a soldier is not near the field kitchen – he can get the nutritious, quality and balanced food', Poroshenko noted.

Related: Ukraine needs to do a lot to join NATO, - US Secretary of State

According to Poroshenko, the menu includes first and second courses, dried fruit, chocolate, jams, honey, and coffee. The flameless warmer for the food is also in the kit.

As we reported Ukraine has fulfilled the plan on adapting its armed forces to NATO standards by 90%.

Related: Poland suggests changing Ukraine-NATO Commission format

'We’ve set a very ambitious plan on adopting the standards of the Alliance by 2020 - and we are working on it. Based on the results of 2 years, we’ve implemented 90% of the planned measures. But I repeat that it will depend on the circumstance in which we might be', Ukraine's Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak said.

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