Ukraine strives to join NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partnership

Ukraine strives to join NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partnership

Ukraine's accession to the NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partnership is not critical for cooperation with the Alliance, but this format is useful and the country will move towards it.

"I believe that the Enhanced Opportunities Partnership is still an important format, and we will strive to join it. It is not critical for our Euro-Atlantic integration, but it is useful," Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said at the 7th Euro-Atlantic Forum in Kyiv, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

Commenting on the fact that Ukraine was not invited to join this program at the last NATO summit in Brussels, Klimkin noted that happened only due to disputable moments with Hungary.


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