According to NATO.int, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine received equipment from NATO for the removal and destruction of Explosive Remnants of War, in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
The event was marked by the presence of Ambassador Sorin Ducaru, NATO’s Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges.
Sorin Dumitru Ducaru is a Romanian diplomat that was permanent representative of Romania to the UN, ambassador of Romania to the United States and permanent representative of Romania at NATO.
NATO Liaison Office in Ukraine shared on Facebook:
'He inaugurated and visited flagship projects supported by NATO's Science for Peace and Security Programme (SPS) and opened a SPS Information Day at the National Academy of Sciences, attended by over 100 scientists. Ukraine is the largest beneficiary of the SPS programme, with nearly 50 projects - including multi-year, multi-million euro ones - currently being implemented.'
Ambassador Ducaru's visit schedule also includes meetings with high-level interlocutors in Ukraine's Presidential Administration, Cabinet of Ministers, Ministries, State services and the Verkhovna Rada.
The visit was organised by the SPS team at NATO Headquarters and supported by the NATO Representation to Ukraine (NATO Liaison Office in Ukraine and NATO Information and Documentation Centre).