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11 Jul. 2024 240711-nuc.jpg - Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council at the level of Heads of State and Government - Washington Summit, 44.88KB

NATO Secretary General welcomes President Zelenskyy to the Washington Summit, saying “Ukraine’s future is in NATO”

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Zelenskyy to a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council at the Washington Summit on Thursday (11 July 2024). He underlined NATO’s “robust package of practical support for Ukraine, including a pledge of long-term security assistance” agreed on Wednesday (10 July 2024). “Today, we will take further decisions together with Ukraine, making clear that NATO’s support is built to last, and affirming that Ukraine’s future is in NATO,” he added.
28 Mar. 2024 240328-nuc.jpg, 49.17KB

Allies reaffirm commitment to strengthen Ukraine’s defences at NATO-Ukraine Council meeting

The NATO-Ukraine Council met on Thursday (28 March 2024) following recent Russian airstrikes on Ukraine. Allies strongly condemned the escalation in Russian air strikes and reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthen Ukraine’s defences.
24 Feb. 2024 NUC-Logo.jpg, 28.70KB

Statement by the NATO-Ukraine Council marking two years of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine

The NATO Invitee associates itself with this Statement.
10 Jan. 2024 240110a-001-nuc.jpg - Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council , 125.05KB

NATO-Ukraine Council meets, Allies pledge further air defences

The NATO-Ukraine Council met on Wednesday (10 January 2024) following recent waves of heavy Russian airstrikes against Ukrainian civilians and infrastructure. Allies strongly condemned the escalation in Russian air strikes on Ukraine, as well as Russia's use of ballistic missiles sourced from North Korea and drones from Iran.
29 Nov. 2023 231129-mfa-pc.JPG - Press conference by the NATO Secretary General - Meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Brussels, 71.13KB

Secretary General wraps up meeting of Foreign Ministers: “Ukraine is closer to NATO than ever before”

NATO Foreign Ministers concluded two days of meetings in Brussels on Wednesday (29 November 2023), addressing support for Ukraine, preparations for the Washington Summit and pressing security challenges, including in the Western Balkans and NATO’s southern neighbourhood.
29 Nov. 2023 230418-flags-hq.jpg - Front view 31 NATO flags, 99.57KB

Statement by the NATO-Ukraine Council at the level of Foreign Ministers

The NATO Invitee associates itself with this Statement.
08 Nov. 2023 230725-ukraine-nato.jpg - NATO + nation flag on black, 60.44KB

Energy security at forefront of NATO-Ukraine Council meeting

The NATO-Ukraine Council (NUC) met on Wednesday (8 November 2023) at NATO Headquarters to discuss energy security. The meeting was chaired by Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană, with the participation of Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Energy Farid Safarov, Deputy Chairman of the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine Oleksandr Potii, and Deputy Chief of Staff of Ukrainian Air Force Hennadii Sheludko.
11 Oct. 2023 231011c-020.jpg - Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council with the Defence Minister of Sweden- Meeting of NATO Ministers of Defence - Brussels, 130.66KB

NATO Secretary General welcomes Allies' new pledges of support for Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday (11 October 2023) welcomed Allies' new pledges of support for Ukraine as Russia is “preparing once again to use winter as a weapon of war.”
04 Oct. 2023 190306-ukraine-nato.jpg - 190306-ukraine-nato.jpg , 20.17KB

NATO-Ukraine Council meets to take forward Vilnius Summit decisions

The NATO-Ukraine Council (NUC) met on Wednesday (4 October 2023) to reaffirm NATO’s long-term support to Ukraine and take forward the decisions from the Vilnius Summit. The meeting was chaired by Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană, with the participation of Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Olha Stefanishyna.
26 Jul. 2023 230725-ukraine-nato.jpg - NATO + nation flag on black, 60.44KB

NATO-Ukraine Council addresses serious security situation in the Black Sea

The NATO-Ukraine Council met on Wednesday (26 July 2023) to address the serious security situation in the Black Sea region following Russia’s unilateral termination of the Black Sea Grain Initiative brokered by the United Nations and Türkiye. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg convened the meeting following a request for crisis consultation from President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană chaired the Council.

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