I expect we will decide to do more for NATO’s partners, including Georgia, NATO Secretary-General says
I expect we will decide to do more for NATO’s partners, including Georgia, NATO Secretary-General says

I expect we will decide to do more for NATO’s other partners, which are vulnerable to Russian threats and interference, including Georgia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg stated at the press conference ahead of the meetings of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs scheduled for 6-7 April.

NATO Secretary-General underscored the significance of stepping up political and practical support.

“By stepping up our political and practical support, we can help our partners strengthen their resilience to prevent any future aggression,” he said.

According to Jens Stoltenberg, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba will update the Allies on the latest developments on Thursday, and the Georgian Foreign Minister will attend the meeting.

“On Thursday, we will be joined by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. He will update us on the latest developments, including Kyiv’s negotiations with Moscow. Finland, Sweden, Georgia, and the European Union will be at the table. We will be joined by NATO’s Asia-Pacific partners. Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and the Republic of Korea. Because this crisis has global implications, which concerns us all,” NATO Secretary-General added.

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