Member countries of NATO will give Ukraine the data on civil flights in the framework of efforts to enhance regional air security, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
"We currently have established our practical support for Ukraine in the framework of the efforts that We run on secure communications, but also on the important issue of regional air safety. We will be sharing with Ukraine data on civil aviation of other countries-NATO allies, which will increase regional air safety ", - said Stoltenberg following the meeting of the Commission Ukraine - NATO at the level of defence Ministers, reports RIA " Novosti ".
"Strengthening the regional air security is important most in an area that is fragile, where fighting continues. For this reason, We decided to share lots of information about the flights. It will transfer managers in Poland, Norway and Turkey, " He added. Before Thursday Jens Stoltenberg said about the intention to make broader cooperation with Ukraine in the field of communications. He also said that Ukraine and NATO will hold an autumn General teachings. In addition, there will be a common trust Fund for demining and battle with improvised explosive devices, And Britain is ready to start training Ukrainian military. First NATO Secretary General said about the threat of a resumption of heavy fighting in Ukraine. Stoltenberg again subjected to prosecution of the Russian Federation in support of the militias, as well As among them in their learning, providing them with weapons and military contingent. The print Edition of the new York times, citing U.S. bureaucrats not so long ago stated that the Department of defense is considering placing in the Eastern Europe, the heavy weapons in the form of the estimated response to "Russian aggression" in the area. The journal emphasizes that North America have the ability to post on the bases of its European allies in NATO tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and other heavy weapons. Then leader Vladimir Putin stated that Russia's nuclear forces in 2015 will add more than 40 Intercontinental ballistic missiles. In addition, the head of the country said that if someone threatens the territory of Russia, it is obliged to aim their weapons at the States from which the Danger comes. Explaining this message, Stoltenberg said that the words of Russia on strengthening of nuclear forces is unacceptable and dangerous. And the head of the UK Ministry of defence Michael Fallon said his country and NATO have the opportunity to increase military spending in response to the modernization of the military power of Russia.