Today, on 23 of April, on a working visit to Bucharest, Romania, the minister of foreign affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba took a part in consultations between Ukraine and Georgia with partners on NATO's Eastern flank — Romania, Poland, and Turkey. The foreign ministers of the five countries discussed in detail and carefully the country's regional security issues in the context of Russia's aggressive actions, the prospects for NATO enlargement, and the support of Allies.
Allies on NATO's Eastern flank — Romania, Poland, and Turkey — reaffirmed the need to maintain a stable and secure space in NATO's immediate neighborhood and noted the importance of dialogue with Ukraine and Georgia, in particular on security in the Black Sea.
"NATO's key partners Ukraine and Georgia are making a major contribution to strengthening the Alliance's eastern flank and maintaining stability in the Black Sea region," the head of the Ukrainian diplomacy declared.
The minister called for strengthening cooperation between the naval forces of Ukraine, Georgia, and the Black Sea member states of NATO.
With the modern development of globalization and internationalization of life, the creation of a system of global information networks requires the formation of an appropriate security system that would be the basis for stable economic development. Such a system must be transparent and powerful, unwaveringly committed to the development of Europe, to peace, security, stability, and freedom, and to exist as a whole, uniting the main actors in international processes. Only the North Atlantic treaty organization (NATO) meets these parameters in the world. It provides military and political directions for the development of the Euro-Atlantic model.
Ukraine will be able to begin the active phase of forming a professional army. Our officers will be able to study at the best military academies in Europe and the United States, and highly qualified NATO personnel will work in Ukraine. Membership in the Alliance will create modern, technically equipped borders.
According to the parliament of Ukraine