31 Entries

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12 Jul. 2018

Chairman’s statement on NATO-Ukraine following the meeting of the North Atlantic Council with Georgia and Ukraine at the Brussels Summit

11 Jul. 2018

Brussels Summit Declaration issued by the Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Brussels, 11-12 July 2018

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

09 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

02 Dec. 2014

Joint statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission

04 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.
31 Mar. 2004

NATO-Ukraine Annual Target Plan 2004 (.PDF/469Kb)

22 Oct. 2001

Statement - Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in Ambassadorial session

The NATO-Ukraine Commission met in Ambassadorial session at NATO Headquarters on 22 October. The Commission reviewed developments in European security, both in the context of the Balkans and of the aftermath of the terrorist attacks against the USA on 11 September.

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