|29 Nov. 2023
Statement by the NATO-Ukraine Council at the level of Foreign Ministers
The NATO Invitee associates itself with this Statement.
|16 Nov. 2023
NATO Military Committee holds first meeting in new NATO-Ukraine format
On 16th November 2023, the NATO Military Committee held the first edition of the NATO-Ukraine Council in Military Representatives format. While the NATO Military Representatives regularly engage with their Ukrainian counterparts, the particularity of this new format lies in that Ukraine sits amongst Allies.
|08 Nov. 2023
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.
|04 Oct. 2023
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.
|31 Oct. 2019
Statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission - Kyiv, 31 October 2019
|02 Dec. 2014
NATO stands with Ukraine, steps up practical support
NATO Foreign Ministers on Tuesday (2 December 2014) stated their political and practical support for Ukraine as its new government embarks on key reforms. “We remain committed to assisting Ukraine speed up reforms and we are enhancing our support so that Ukraine can better provide for its own security,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said after a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC).
|27 Feb. 2014
NATO-Ukraine Commission stresses continued engagement
A meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC) on Thursday (27 February 2014) stressed the commitment of its members to the values of democracy and the rule of law. The meeting was a timely opportunity for Allies to discuss the momentous events in Ukraine.
|15 Apr. 2011
Foreign Ministers focus on broader NATO-Ukraine cooperation
In a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC), NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs welcomed today the presence of Minister Konstyantyn Gryshchenko in Berlin as a clear sign of Ukraine’s policy of engagement with the Alliance.
|03 Dec. 2009
Consultations with Ukraine kick-off ministerial meetings
The NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC) meeting at the level of Foreign Ministers has opened a series of ministerial sessions at NATO HQ in Brussels on 3 December 2009.
|21 Aug. 2009
NATO and Ukraine strengthen their cooperation
NATO and Ukraine took their relationship to a higher level by the signing of a “Declaration to Complement the Charter on a Distinctive Partnership between NATO and Ukraine” at NATO Headquarters on 21 August. The document was signed by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and by Ukrainian Ambassador to NATO Ihor Sagach on behalf of the Ukrainian President.