This case in point is mentioned in NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s declaration on NATO’s Riga Summit, which is to take place November 28-29. The document consists of 15 items, and Ukraine’s issue is under paragraph 12, immediately after Russia.
“Recognizing Ukraine's importance as a strategic partner and noting that Ukraine remains committed to Euro-Atlantic integration, NATO should continue to develop its relationship with Ukraine through the Ukraine-NATO Action Plan, Intensified Dialogue and the PfP Trust Fund,” the declaration says.
Additionally, the Alliance notes that the role of public opinion regarding NATO should be addressed, and NATO should assist the Ukrainian government to the maximum extent possible in disseminating information about the Alliance's role and activities.
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