NATO to deepen partnership with Georgia, Ukraine

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On April 2, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a virtual press conference following the Foreign Ministerial that the Alliance has decided to deepen its partnerships with Georgia and Ukraine “even further”.


According to Stoltenberg, the package for Georgia and Ukraine includes 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.”

The package is “about access to more NATO educational programmes” for Georgia and Ukraine, added the NATO Secretary General.

The Georgian Foreign Ministry released a statement, welcoming NATO’s commitment “to Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic integration,” and deepening its cooperation with the country, amid the novel coronavirus challenge. 

“Further deepening our unique cooperation and enhancing Georgia’s interoperability with NATO as a result of a decision taken today at NATO Foreign Ministerial,” Foreign Minister Davit Zalkaliani tweeted.

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NATO to deepen partnership with Georgia, Ukraine

2020/04/1585905530.jpg
Read: 800     14:09     03 April 2020    

On April 2, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a virtual press conference following the Foreign Ministerial that the Alliance has decided to deepen its partnerships with Georgia and Ukraine “even further”.


According to Stoltenberg, the package for Georgia and Ukraine includes 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.”

The package is “about access to more NATO educational programmes” for Georgia and Ukraine, added the NATO Secretary General.

The Georgian Foreign Ministry released a statement, welcoming NATO’s commitment “to Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic integration,” and deepening its cooperation with the country, amid the novel coronavirus challenge. 

“Further deepening our unique cooperation and enhancing Georgia’s interoperability with NATO as a result of a decision taken today at NATO Foreign Ministerial,” Foreign Minister Davit Zalkaliani tweeted.

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