NATO agreed on a plan to expand support to Ukraine

15.06.2024/07/23 XNUMX:XNUMX    12

Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance Jens Stoltenberg

The Alliance will undertake the international coordination of arms supplies and training for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

NATO agreed on a plan to expand support to Ukraine

Photo: dpa/Thibault Camus

Defense ministers of NATO countries approved the "operational plan for expanding support to Ukraine." This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during a press conference.

The plan envisages that in the future the Alliance will take over the international coordination of arms supplies and training for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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"We have agreed a plan that defines how NATO will manage aid and training. This will make it possible to start making efforts at the summit in July," Stoltenberg said.

According to him, the headquarters for the coordination of assistance to Kyiv will be located in Wiesbaden in the south of Germany, the US military base is already operating. About 700 soldiers from NATO and partner countries, mainly from Ukraine, will serve in the headquarters.

The fact that NATO adopted the "operational plan for expanding support to Ukraine", which provides for a greater role for NATO in the supply of weapons and training of the Ukrainian military, was previously reported by the mass media.

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