29 Entries

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10 Jul. 2017

Joint statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission marking the 20th anniversary of the Charter on a Distinctive Partnership between NATO and Ukraine

9 Jul. 2016

Joint statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission at the level of Heads of State and Government

25 Jun. 2015

Statement by NATO Defence Ministers

13 May. 2015

Joint statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission

2 Dec. 2014

Joint statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission

4 Sep. 2014

Joint Statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission

As we meet today, Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence continue to be violated by Russia. Despite Russia’s denials, Russian armed forces are engaged in direct military operations in Ukraine; Russia continues to supply weapons to militants in eastern Ukraine; and it maintains thousands of combat-ready troops on its border with Ukraine. These developments undermine the security of Ukraine and have serious implications for the stability and security of the entire Euro-Atlantic area.

1 Apr. 2014

Statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission

We, the Foreign Ministers of the NATO-Ukraine Commission, are united in our condemnation of Russia’s illegal military intervention in Ukraine, and Russia’s violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. We do not recognize Russia’s illegal and illegitimate “annexation” of Crimea. We will continue to work together to reach a political and diplomatic solution which respects international law and Ukraine’s internationally recognized borders.

17 Mar. 2014

Statement by the North Atlantic Council on the so-called referendum in Crimea

We consider the so-called referendum held on 16 March in Ukraine’s Autonomous Republic of Crimea to be both illegal and illegitimate. The referendum violated the Ukrainian Constitution and international law, and Allies do not recognise its results.

4 Mar. 2014

Statement by the North Atlantic Council following meeting under article 4 of the Washington Treaty

The North Atlantic Council has met at Poland’s request to hold consultations within the framework of Article 4 of the Washington Treaty, which states that “the parties will consult whenever, in the opinion of any of them, the territorial integrity, political independence, or security of any of the parties is threatened.”

2 Mar. 2014

North Atlantic Council statement on the situation in Ukraine

The North Atlantic Council condemns the Russian Federation’s military escalation in Crimea and expresses its grave concern regarding the authorisation by the Russian Parliament to use the armed forces of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine.

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