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Deputy Secretary General: We will continue to build a bridge for Ukraine to join NATO

Speaking at the NATO Open Door Conference in Helsinki on Wednesday (10 April 2024), NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană welcomed Ukraine’s readiness to join NATO and said that “NATO’s door remains open” and “no violence or intimidation can stop that.”
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Secretary General welcomes Ukraine’s Foreign Minister to NATO

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Ukrainian Minister Dmytro Kuleba to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (4 April 2024) for the meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council at the level of foreign ministers.
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Foreign Ministers mark NATO’s 75th anniversary, meet with Ukraine, Indo-Pacific partners, European Union

Foreign Ministers concluded two days of talks in Brussels on Thursday (4 April 2024) with a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council, and another meeting with Indo-Pacific partners and the European Union. Thursday marked 75 years since NATO’s founding. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the landmark, saying: "since 1949, we have been the strongest and most successful Alliance in history."
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Foreign Ministers to address Ukraine support, Indo-Pacific partners, southern neighbourhood as NATO marks 75 years

Foreign Ministers are gathering at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday (3 April 2024) for a two-day meeting to mark NATO’s 75th anniversary and to prepare for the upcoming Washington Summit in July.
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Foreign Ministers agree to move forward with planning for a greater NATO role in coordinating aid to Ukraine

Foreign Ministers met in Brussels on Wednesday (3 April 2024) for the first of two days of meetings to mark NATO’s 75th anniversary and prepare for the Washington Summit in July. This was also the first meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers with Sweden participating as a full member.
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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.
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“Ukraine does not stand alone”, says Chair of the NATO Military Committee at the Kyiv Security Forum

On 20-21 March 2024, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer was in Kyiv, where he met with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Olha Stefanishyna, Foreign Affairs Minister Dmytro Kuleba, Defence Minister Rustem Umerov, and Ukrainian Chief of Defence, General Oleksandr Syrskyi. This is the first NATO military delegation to visit Ukraine since the full-scale invasion. During his visit, Admiral Bauer addressed the Kyiv Security Forum.
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NATO and Ukraine start major defence procurement review

A conference marking a new phase in NATO’s partnership with Ukraine will take place in Luxembourg this week. Delegates from NATO and Ukraine will meet to discuss modernising Ukraine’s defence procurement processes to make them faster, more sustainable and more transparent. Stacy Cummings, General Manager of the NATO Support and Procurement Agency, will open conference proceedings and speakers include Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Defence Dmytro Klymenkov and Tom Goffus, NATO’s Assistant Secretary General for Operations.
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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.
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NATO Secretary General's statement on the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine

Today, we mark two years since Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine. Starting the biggest war in Europe since World War Two. Let me begin by honouring all those brave Ukrainians who have fallen or been wounded in defence of their homeland.

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