|04 Jun. 2019 ||
Secretary General praises Ukraine’s partnership with NATO, calls for continuing reform
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Ukraine’s new President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, to NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (4 June 2019) for bilateral talks, as well as a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission focused on the security situation in the country. Calling Ukraine a “highly valued partner,” Mr. Stoltenberg thanked Ukraine for contributing to NATO missions in Afghanistan and Kosovo, despite serious security challenges at home. He also welcomed Allied exercises with Ukraine, calling these a sign of Kyiv’s “strong commitment to international security”.
|10 Apr. 2019 ||
NATO intensifies scientific cooperation with Ukraine
Experts from NATO and Ukraine took stock of progress made on several projects and agreed on new areas of cooperation, such as the reintegration of female military personnel into civilian life. This was the subject of discussion at the 16th edition of the NATO-Ukraine Joint Working Group on Scientific and Environmental Cooperation, held at NATO Headquarters on 28 March 2019.
|01 Apr. 2019 ||
NATO ships visit Ukraine and Georgia
Today, ships from Standing NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) are conducting port visits to Odesa, Ukraine and Poti, Georgia.
|18 Mar. 2019 ||
Statement by the North Atlantic Council on Crimea
|06 Mar. 2019 ||
NATO-Ukraine Commission discusses situation in Crimea
The NATO-Ukraine Commission met at NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (6 March 2019) to discuss the current situation in Crimea, five years after Russia’s illegal annexation. The Political Director of Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Oleksiy Makeiev, and a representative of the Crimean Tatar community, Eskender Bariiev, briefed Allies on the security environment and human rights violations.
|13 Dec. 2018 ||
NATO Secretary General and President Poroshenko discuss developments in and around the Sea of Azov
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko met on Thursday (13 December 2018) to discuss developments in and around the Sea of Azov and the Alliance’s strong support for Ukraine. Mr. Stoltenberg reaffirmed NATO’s full support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, noting that NATO has stepped up its presence in the Black Sea region over the past few years and will continue to assess its posture.
|04 Dec. 2018 ||
NATO Foreign Ministers show strong support for Georgia and Ukraine
NATO Foreign Ministers met with the Foreign Ministers of Georgia and Ukraine on Tuesday (4 December 2018) to address the security situation in the Black Sea region and the Alliance’s support for both nations. NATO has substantially increased its presence in the Black Sea region over the past few years, at sea, in the air and on the ground. The Alliance remains committed to strengthening its ties with both Georgia and Ukraine.
|27 Nov. 2018 ||
North Atlantic Council statement on developments near the Sea of Azov
In view of Russia’s use of military force against Ukraine near the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait, NATO Allies call on Russia to ensure unhindered access to Ukrainian ports and allow freedom of navigation.
|26 Nov. 2018 ||
NATO-Ukraine Commission addresses situation in the Azov Sea
|26 Nov. 2018 ||
NATO Secretary General’s phone call with President Poroshenko
The NATO Secretary General and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko spoke this morning about developments in the Azov Sea and Kerch Strait, including yesterday’s events involving Russian and Ukrainian naval vessels.