Ukraine during the Warsaw Summit has offered NATO a project of cooperation in the aviation sector and joint work to counter hybrid threats, the director of the military policy, strategic planning and international cooperation department at the Defense Ministry of Ukraine, Anatoliy Petrenko, has said.
"I would like to note our potential in the field of air transportation, cooperation between NATO and Russia in the framework of the target aviation project has been halted. We offer NATO, using the potential of our state-owned company Antonov, to establish the use of our Ruslan and Mriya aircraft for strategic carriage of troops and goods," Petrenko said at a briefing in Kyiv.
The Defense Ministry representative also noted Ukraine's experience in combating hybrid war threats.
"The Minister of Defense [Defense Minister of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak] made a proposal to introduce a special interactive platform for studying hybrid threats and fighting against them. The primary perception of the proposal was extremely positive. And we expect that in the coming months we'll be at the stage of launching the project," Petrenko said.