NATO Assessment Mission Arrives in Kyiv
The assessment mission will look at what Ukraine has done over the past year to integrate with NATO standards
An assessment mission from NATO will stay in Ukraine from today (Nov.6) until Friday to prepare a report on the implementation of this year’s “Annual National Program” – steps for Ukraine to integrate with NATO.
“Following the NATO North Atlantic Council’s visit to Ukraine, a NATO delegation is back in Kyiv, now at expert level. On November 6-8, NATO’s assessment mission will meet with representatives of almost all central executive government agencies involved in the implementation of the 2019 Annual National Program under the aegis of the NATO-Ukraine Commission, which is Ukraine’s main instrument in preparation for NATO membership,” the press service of the Mission of Ukraine to NATO stated.
During the visit, the assessment mission will make recommendations for the 2019 ANP implementation report that will be presented to NATO member states for consideration.
According to the press service, on Dec. 11, NATO Headquarters is to host this year’s last meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission to present the 2019 ANP assessment and discuss the preparation of the 2020 ANP.
The meeting will be attended by Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba.
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