NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg plans in the near future to visit Ukraine.
"I look forward to the visit to Ukraine, and we are looking for appropriate date," said Stoltenberg in an interview to UNIAN.
"we have regular dialogue with frequent meetings in the Commission of the NATO - Ukraine ", - said the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth. In addition, According to the Secretary-General, progress has been made relative to trust funds that were created to support reforms and aid in the rehabilitation of soldiers who have received damage as a result of hostilities in the Donbass. In early December 2014 NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO launched five trust funds to support military reforms in Ukraine. The parties, for example, has launched a Fund aimed at improving the capabilities of systems and automation of control of the Ukrainian troops. Contributions to this Fund are contributed by the UK, Denmark, Canada, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Turkey and NATO's Civil budget. The second Fund created to retraining and social adaptation of soldiers in the military operations in the South-East of Ukraine. A third Fund is aimed at physical rehabilitation (prosthetics) wounded soldiers. Ukraine and NATO also spoke About the creation of the Fund for reforming systems of logistics and standardization of military power of Ukraine, aimed, for example, the introduction of NATO standards. Fifth, the Foundation aims to fight cybercrime and the development of cyber defence systems. Of intent to contribute funds to the trust funds for Ukraine, told the 26 member countries of NATO.