NATO confirms its intention to continue dialogue with Ukraine, as Riga summit declaration says.

“We reaffirm that the Alliance will continue with Georgia and Ukraine its Intensified Dialogues which cover the full range of political, military, financial, and security issues relating to those countries’ aspirations to membership, without prejudice to any eventual Alliance decision,” the document states.

The declaration notes the importance of the NATO-Ukraine Distinctive Partnership, which has its 10th anniversary next year and states that NATO welcomes the progress that has been made in the framework of the Intensified Dialogue between Ukraine and Alliance. 

“We appreciate Ukraine’s substantial contributions to our common security, including through participation in NATO-led operations and efforts to promote regional cooperation.” 

NATO calls Ukraine to continue to contribute to regional security and promises to continue to assist, through practical cooperation, in the implementation of far-reaching reform efforts, notably in the fields of national security, defence, reform of the defence-industrial sector and fighting corruption.


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