NATO 2022 Strategic Concept reaffirms commitment to 2008 Bucharest Summit decision on Georgia and Ukraine
NATO 2022 Strategic Concept reaffirms commitment to 2008 Bucharest Summit decision on Georgia and Ukraine

“NATO will continue to develop the partnership with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and Ukraine to advance the common interest in Euro-Atlantic peace, stability and security,” reads the NATO 2022 Strategic Concept.

According to the document, NATO will strengthen political dialogue and cooperation with countries aspiring to join the Alliance.

“The security of countries aspiring to become members of the Alliance is intertwined with our own. We strongly support their independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity. We will strengthen political dialogue and cooperation with those who aim to join the Alliance, help strengthen their resilience against malign interference, build their capabilities, and enhance our practical support to advance their Euro-Atlantic aspirations.

We will continue to develop our partnerships with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and Ukraine to advance our common interest in Euro-Atlantic peace, stability and security. We reaffirm the decision we took at the 2008 Bucharest Summit and all subsequent decisions with respect to Georgia and Ukraine,” reads the document.

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