Member and partners states of the North-Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) discussed issues of the Black Sea region’s security during the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministerial in Brussels.
Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of NATO said during a press conference that foreign ministers had considered the package agreed on back in April for enhancement of security measures in the region.
Stoltenberg claimed that the last visits of the North-Atlantic Council to Georgia and Ukraine served as the opportunity to see the Black Sea region’s security package in practice. According to NATO Chief, the alliance has increased its representation in the Black Sea region in recent years.
“NATO’s military-marine groups undergo training in Georgia and Ukraine that improves our cooperation,” NATO Chief said and added that the allies continue air and sea patrolling in the Black Sea region.