According to the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Commonwealth of Jens Stoltenberg, the current situation in the Ukraine is in NATO concern and requires approval only by diplomatic means.
During his visit to Ukraine, NATO Secretary General said that the situation had been " very fragile ", and the output of the Ukrainian fall, one must look within the strict implementation of the Minsk agreements.
"NATO stands for the conflict was resolved through diplomatic means," he said, Stoltenberg news Agency. The Secretary General of the Commonwealth also noticed that the Minsk agreement is necessary to perform " not only in words but in deeds ", as " they are the best tool for a political solution to the conflict and search for peace "." I wish that both sides adhered to the ceasefire, " - said Stoltenberg, expressing hope that the observers from the Organization for security and cooperation in the European Union (OSCE) will have access to the conflict zone to monitor the observance of the truce. This supervision, according to Secretary General of NATO, essentially necessary, as from the event the " conflicting information ". In addition, Stoltenberg said the decision of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on decentralization of the country and expressed satisfaction at this step, and wished all parties to the ongoing conflict " not to violate its obligations ". Recall, on Thursday the Acting Head of mission of Ukraine at NATO Egor God said that Ukrainian Soldiers will participate in the largest in recorded history NATO military exercise Trident Juncture 2015. In addition, on the first day of the week in Ukraine were initiated multinational military exercise Sea Breeze 2015 with the participation of NATO countries. It was stated that this year the Sea Breeze exercises will be the most extensive in recorded history. They will participate to 2, 5 thousand Soldiers from different countries. It was announced that the Ukrainian army will involve a thousand soldiers, nine vessels, eight aircraft and helicopters, up to 50 units of wheeled vehicles, from the State border service of Ukraine – about 10 patrol boats. Such exercises have been held since 1997 in the framework of bilateral cooperation. Their conduct caused numerous protests in Mykolaiv and Odessa regions, often accompanied by clashes. Twice maneuvers were disrupted, for example due to resistance of local authorities.