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NATO to fully resume operations of representation in Ukraine

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Author: Daria Shekina

NATO has decided to resume full-fledged operations of its representation in Ukraine, as well as expand it, according to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

As reported by the ministry, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Stanislav Haider held a meeting with the Assistant Secretary-General of NATO, Boris Ruge. During the meeting, they discussed the resumption of NATO's representation in Ukraine.

"I am confident that this will give us an additional impetus in implementing the decisions of the Vilnius Summit and will contribute to the preparation for the NATO Summit in Washington," said Haider.

He also noted that the defense ministry is finalizing the plan for implementing tasks of the adapted Annual National Program, for which the ministry is responsible.

"Our requirements for the performers of each of the indicators are to achieve maximum performance indicators for each action," said the deputy minister.

NATO summit in Washington

This year, from July 9 to 11, the anniversary NATO Summit will take place in Washington.

As recently stated by United States National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, assistance to Ukraine would be one of the key issues during the summit.

In particular, they want to discuss further arms supplies during the event.

As recently announced by the head of the President's Office, Andriy Yermak, Ukraine expects historical decisions at the NATO summit.