NATO foreign ministers set to address more support for Ukraine
NATO foreign ministers will address ways to step up support for Ukraine at their meeting in Bucharest, Romania, on Tuesday (29 November 2022). Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that “NATO Allies are providing unprecedented support to Ukraine, and they will continue to provide unprecedented support to Ukraine, including by helping them to rebuild their gas and power infrastructure, [and] of course also continue to deliver air defence systems.”
The Secretary General outlined that on Wednesday, ministers will discuss resilience and how to tackle the challenges posed by China’s coercive policies and actions. They will also meet with the foreign ministers of Georgia, Moldova and Bosnia and Herzegovina, to express Allies’ strong support for these partners, and address the security situation in the Western Balkans and the Black Sea regions.