NATO Foreign Ministers have agreed on measures to further deepen partnerships with Ukraine and Georgia.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said this at a press conference following the meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs held by secure videoconference on April 2, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
“We decided to deepen our partnerships with Ukraine and Georgia even further. Including with exercises in the strategic Black Sea region. As well as joint work to counter hybrid warfare. And efforts to share more air traffic radar data, making the skies safer for all,” Stoltenberg said .
Answering a clarifying question, he noted that the program of cooperation with Ukraine, in addition to conducting joint exercises, will also include access to NATO educational programs. “This is another step, another element of a very strong and eduring partnership between NATO and Ukraine,” Stoltenberg added.