NATO approves comprehensive package of assistance for Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stated at a joint press conference with Petro Poroshenko in Warsaw that the NATO countries have approved a new comprehensive assistance package for Ukraine to reform the defense sector,  Evropeyskaya Pravda reported.

"The Trust Funds we set up at our last Summit are already assisting Ukraine in areas such as cyber-defense, logistics and the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers," the Secretary General noted.

Stoltenberg added that Ukraine has already implemented a number of reforms necessary to attain NATO standards and continued implementation is still important.

"Ukraine is firmly committed to implementing reforms and combating corruption, and NATO is committed to helping Ukraine achieve that goal," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg noted.

As was reported, NATO’s assistance package to Ukraine contains 40 new areas where NATO will support the Ukrainian government in making reforms.

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