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the NATO-Ukraine joint working group on scientific and environmental cooperation
Ukraine is, after Russia, the second most active Partner participant in the Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme.
Example for SPS activities with Ukraine are given in the SPS country flier for Ukraine that is available here
The NATO-Ukraine Joint Working Group on Scientific and Environmental Cooperation, which meets once a year (alternating between NATO HQ, Brussels, and in Kyiv), ensures that mutually beneficial cooperation between NATO and Ukraine is continued according to the NATO-Ukraine Annual National Plan (ANP).
Grant Applications for cooperative activities between scientists from Ukraine and scientists from NATO countries may be submitted to the SPS Programme for support. All activities funded under the SPS Programme must contribute to SPS Key Priorities. These priorities, which can be found here, are in line with NATO’s Strategic Objectives and formally approved by the NATO Political and Partnerships Committee (PPC).
The SPS Programme supports technical workshops, training courses and multi-year projects. More information and application forms are available here.