Ukraine's, Romania's military top commanders agree on cooperation 'roadmap'
Chiefs of the General Staff of Armed Forces of Ukraine and Romania Viktor Muzhenko and Nicolae-Ionel Ciuca at a meeting in Chernivtsi approved a "road map" for cooperation between the two countries.
This is reported by Ukrainian Defense Ministry
During the meeting, the parties discussed the priorities of cooperation and approved the "road map" for cooperation between Armed forces of Ukraine and Romania in 2017-2018.
The "roadmap" provides for the continuation of the bilateral military-political dialogue via border meetings and official visits of delegations, the holding of a number of joint exercises, course training and training of military personnel of Ukraine and Romania in military educational institutions of the two countries.
"Security in the Black Sea region is a common task. Our fruitful cooperation shows complete mutual understanding. The Armed Forces of Ukraine and Romania have valuable experience that must be shared for the sake of strengthening European security and countering common threats," Muzhenko said at the meeting.