NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will visit Ukraine on September 21-22, said on the last working day of the week, the press service of the North Atlantic Commonwealth.
"NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will travel to Lviv and Kiev on 21-22 September 2015 ", – the news Agency of the letter of the press service of the Commonwealth. During the visit the head of the Commonwealth will hold dialogues with the country's President Petro Poroshenko, Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Parliament speaker Volodymyr Groisman, said the press service.
in addition, Stoltenberg will take part in the meeting of the Council of national security and defence of Ukraine (NSDC)." Mr. Stoltenberg and the head Poroshenko together will open to the General teaching of the " Ukraine-2015 ", organized by the coordination centre of NATO response and the state emergency service of Ukraine", - has added in a press-service of the Commonwealth. We will add that before the visit of NATO Secretary General to Ukraine, said the press service Poroshenko. September 7, foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin said that NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, in his forthcoming visit to Kiev will sign an agreement on the opening of a NATO office in Kiev. It is also planned that the NATO Secretary General as part of his upcoming visit with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will take part in the opening ceremony of the exercises on response to crisis situations in the field of civil defense. He noted that the story is about the participation of NATO Secretary General at the opening exercises of the "Ukraine-2015", 21-25 September on jaworowski polygon in the Lviv region. August 25, the Ukrainian government approved the first five agreements on the enforcement of the military power of the country to the standards of the North Atlantic Commonwealth. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on December 23 last year made changes to 2 of the law of the country, renouncing non-aligned status of the country. However, experts believe that Ukraine will not be able to qualify for membership in NATO in the next 20 years. In addition, on 6 February, the adviser to the Minister of defence of Ukraine Alexander Danilyuk acknowledged that his country is unlikely to be accepted into the Alliance, and therefore should lead their own "Union security" in the post-Soviet space. The day before the head of the French Republic Francois Hollande has specifically said that his country remains " would not want to see Ukraine in NATO ".