Having issued the Act “The Aspects of the Mission of Ukraine to NATO” of April 19, 2006, thereby the President of Ukraine approved the new edition of the Regulation on the Mission.
The decree substitutes the phrase “with the status of diplomatic representatives of Ukraine” with “as the foreign diplomatic institution of Ukraine with the status of the representative office of Ukraine” in the First Decree of Ukraine’s President “On Establishment of the Mission of Ukraine to NATO” of December 4, 1997.
The new edition of the Regulation on the Mission of Ukraine to NATO regulates the status, targets, functions and organizational structure of the Mission.
The Mission of Ukraine to NATO is a foreign diplomatic institution of Ukraine – the representation of Ukraine in the international organization aimed at providing constant cooperation between Ukraine and NATO and participation in the Council of Euro-Atlantic Partnership.
The Mission is governed by the Constitution of Ukraine, the laws of Ukraine, the international agreements of Ukraine, acts of the President of Ukraine and the Cabinet of Ukraine, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and this Regulation.
The main tasks of the Mission are following: the provision for the realization of the national policy of Ukraine related to the cooperation with NATO; the representation of Ukraine in NATO, its agencies and maintaining the official relations with this organization; the participation in work of the Council of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership agencies, NATO’s Partnership for Peace, the NATO-Ukraine Commission and other joint agencies.
The Defence Ministry of Ukraine is commissioned to execute financial and organizational provision of the Mission.
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