Foreign Ministers of Ukraine and Poland Positively Assess NATO Decision on Ukraine’s Further Integration into Alliance
Ukraine, Kiev, 3 Dec /corr. Trend Z.Novsvitski / During the meeting in Brussels, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine, Vladimir Ogrizko and Foreign Minister of Poland, Radoslav Sikorsky, positively assessed the decision of NATO on further integration of Ukraine into the alliance, the press service of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine reported.On 2 Dec, the Foreign Ministers of NATO member countries decided to strengthen co-operation with Ukraine and Georgia without presenting Membership Action Plan to them. Strengthening co-operation will indicate the creation of national annual plans for each country, and also strengthening the information centers of NATO in Kiev and Tbilisi.
Ogrizko and Sikorsky also discussed important questions of bilateral co-operation in the context Ukraine's integration into Europe.
The meeting also focused on the settlement of 'frozen conflicts' in post-Soviet territory.