Black Sea security is topic of NATO’s visit to Ukraine
The visit of NATO’s North Atlantic Council to Ukraine is an important signal and a desire of the Allies’ ambassadors to understand the situation on the Black Sea.
Minister of Defense of Ukraine Andriy Zagorodnyuk says Russia's actions in the Black Sea are a problem of an international scale.
The minister met in Odesa with a delegation of the NATO North Atlantic Council led by Secretary General of the Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine reported. "It is important for us to maintain a high level of cooperation and exchange information with NATO for the sake of security both in our country and in the whole region," commented Zagorodnyuk.
"We are doing our best to draw attention to the issue, because this is the first such violation of security in the region after World War 2," the minister said.
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