During 14-15 June the Minister of Defence of Ukraine is going to participate in the meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission, to meet with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Ministers of Defence of USA, Poland, Romania, Portugal and others.
Mission of Ukraine to NATO shared on Facebook:
'The signing of an agreement between the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine and NATO Support and Procurement Agency on cooperation in the sphere of technical support of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.'
The Defence Ministers of Ukraine and Georgia discussed cooperation in the field of Euro-Atlantic integration and joint counteraction to new threats in the region.
Ministers of Defence of Ukraine and Romania discussed the possibilities of joint counteraction to new threats in the Black Sea region.
Sales Agreement between the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine and the NATO Support and Procurement Agency on Random Brokerage Services Support to the Ukrainian Armed Forces was signed. The signing of this document will deepen cooperation with the Alliance for the diversification of sources of technical provision of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Defence Minister of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak met with Minister of National Defence of Poland Antoni Macierewicz. Increasing of cooperation with Ukraine to strengthen the defense capabilities of our country was on the agenda of the meeting.
Stepan Poltorak met with US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter. The security situation in the eastern territories of Ukraine and in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and further steps to reform the defence sector of our country according to NATO standards were discussed.
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg explained that the Comprehensive Package of Assistance brings together all the strands of NATO’s support, and will 'help Ukraine establish more effective and efficient defence and security structures, and to strengthen civilian control over them.'