Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk has hopes NATO at its summit in the spring of next year will support specific decisions message about open doors for membership of Kiev in the Alliance.
"When I talk about our future membership in NATO, we would like to recall the decision of the Bucharest summit in 2008, where it was clearly observed that the door for Ukraine to NATO are open. And we hope that the conference, which will take place in the coming year in the capital of Poland, it will be boosted by a further And specific decisions ", - said Yatsenyuk on Tuesday in a joint process with the NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg statements.
Thus, according to his application for membership in the Alliance Kiev ought to make an effort to do this time.
"The process of acquiring membership of Ukraine in NATO is not easy And will require both in the efforts of the Ukrainian authorities, And will require time. That plan, which is developed by us And NATO is very important for the probability of acquiring membership in the Alliance, " - said the Prime Minister.
The Ukrainian Parliament before did not want the non-aligned status of the country. The new military doctrine of Ukraine provides for the restoration of the course to join NATO: Ukraine needs by 2020 to provide full compatibility of its military power with the forces of member countries of the Commonwealth. However, experts believe that Ukraine will not be able to qualify for membership in NATO in the next 20 years.