Kuleba to arrive in Brussels to take part in extraordinary meeting of NATO-Ukraine Commission
On April 13, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba will pay a working visit to NATO Headquarters in Brussels to take part in an extraordinary meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission.
The Foreign Ministry's press service informed on Monday, the EP reports.
Ukraine initiated the meeting within Article 15 of the Charter on a Special Partnership between Ukraine and NATO to implement the agreement between President Zelenskyi and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on April 6, the ministry said.
"The Ukrainian Foreign Minister and NATO members will discuss the escalation of the security situation by the Russian Federation along the Ukrainian-Russian border and in the temporarily occupied Crimea, and effective ways for the Alliance to support the sovereignty and territorial integrity," the Foreign Ministry said.
Dmytro Kuleba will also meet with Jens Stoltenberg as part of the visit.
As reported by Rubryka, according to Western agencies, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will also visit Brussels this week to discuss Russia's actions against Ukraine.