The issue of Crimea was discussed during the NATO’s summit and the Alliance confirmed their support for Ukraine against the background of Russia’s aggression. This was reported by the journalist of Radio Svoboda Vitaly Yeremets on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.
“Russia’s issue was nor scheduled in the official schedule of the summit. But, as Stoltenberg noted, the discussion touched the relationships with Moscow. In particular, the question of strengthening defense abilities of the eastern countries – NATO members was raised” the message says.
In addition, the NATO Secretary General confirmed that the aggression of Russia became the impetus for the largest since the Cold War's military growth of the Alliance.
NATO noted that Russia is using its military capabilities more and more aggressively and persistently.
“Many NATO countries today said that the Alliance will continue to support Ukraine politically and practically and this will be done at the same time the alliance will also make efforts to implement the Minsk agreements,” the journalist said.
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine to exchange confidential information with NATO. 231 MPs voted in affirmative.