Warsaw summit results: Ukraine, NATO expand cooperation

Warsaw summit results: Ukraine, NATO expand cooperationThe aid package approved at the NATO summit in Warsaw is unprecedented, since it allows using the alliance's assistance in virtually all sectors of security and defense in Ukraine, director of the military policy, strategic planning and international cooperation department of the Ministry of Defense Anatoliy Petrenko, has said.

"The summit resulted in the adoption of a political declaration, as well as the introduction and implementation of a comprehensive assistance package and this is an unprecedented example of the alliance's help to a partner country. This package allows using aid from all the allies in almost every field of activity of the Ukrainian security and defense sector," Petrenko said at a briefing in Kyiv.

He noted today Ukraine and NATO cooperate in 13 fields, including 40 target areas "which help us strengthen and improve our defense capability."

"In addition, this helps us strengthen our potential and implement the reforms which are fully reflected in the strategic defense bulletin," the official said.

He added the adopted aid package would help expand cooperation between Ukraine and NATO not only in the military sphere but also in a number of humanitarian areas.
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