|12 Jul. 2023 ||
NATO leaders, President Zelensky meet for first NATO-Ukraine Council
NATO heads of state and government are meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday (12 July 2023) for the inaugural session of the NATO-Ukraine Council, a new forum for crisis consultations and decision-making. ''We stand with you in your courageous struggle for freedom and sovereignty,'' NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said welcoming President Zelensky, urging NATO Allies to keep up and further expand their support to help Ukraine liberate its land and deter future aggression.
|12 Jul. 2023 ||
Secretary General welcomes President Zelenskyy to the NATO Summit ahead of inaugural NATO-Ukraine Council
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to the Vilnius Summit on Wednesday (12 July 2023) ahead of the inaugural meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council.
|11 Jul. 2023 ||
NATO agrees strong package for Ukraine, boosts deterrence and defence
In their first working session at the Vilnius Summit on Tuesday (11 July 2023), Allies took decisions to bring Ukraine closer to NATO, and reinforce the Alliance’s collective deterrence and defence.
|08 Jun. 2023 ||
NATO-Ukraine Commission meets with Ukrainian Foreign Minister, addresses destruction of Kakhovka dam
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chaired a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission on Thursday (8 June 2023), bringing together Allied ambassadors with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. Participating virtually, Minister Kuleba briefed Allies on the destruction of the Nova Kakhovka dam in southern Ukraine, outlining the devastation it has caused.
|04 Apr. 2023 ||
NATO Foreign Ministers reconfirm strong support for Ukraine
In a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission on Tuesday (4 April 2023), Allied foreign ministers reaffirmed their strong support for Ukraine. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg noted that Allies will develop a multi-year initiative to help ensure Ukraine’s deterrence and defence, make the transition from Soviet-era equipment and doctrines to NATO standards, and increase interoperability with NATO.
|22 Feb. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General: this is the most dangerous moment in European security for a generation
The NATO-Ukraine Commission met in Brussels on Tuesday (22 February 2022) for an extraordinary meeting to address the security situation in and around Ukraine.
|10 Jan. 2022 ||
NATO-Ukraine Commission meets at the start of “an important week for European security”
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Olga Stefanishyna, to NATO Headquarters on Monday (10 January 2022) for a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission, focused on Russia’s continued military build-up.
|13 Apr. 2021 ||
NATO Secretary General and Ukrainian Foreign Minister discuss Russia’s military build-up
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba to NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (13 April 2021) for a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission on the security situation in and around Ukraine. “Russia’s considerable military build-up is unjustified, unexplained, and deeply concerning,” said the Secretary General.
|13 Apr. 2021 ||
NATO-Ukraine Commission addresses security situation in and around Ukraine
The NATO-Ukraine Commission met at NATO Headquarters in Brussels on Tuesday (13 April 2021) to address the security situation in and around Ukraine. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba briefed Allies on the latest developments in the region.
|31 Oct. 2019 ||
Statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission - Kyiv, 31 October 2019