Kuleba informs he'll talk with foreign ministers of 3 NATO countries
The foreign ministers of Poland, Romania, and Turkey, Ukraine, and Georgia will discuss NATO's readiness to strengthen security in the Black Sea region and the Euro-Atlantic prospects of Ukraine and Georgia at a working meeting in Bucharest.
The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba reported about it on Facebook.
He stressed that today Ukraine and Georgia are participating in talks between Romania, Poland, and Turkey, NATO's Eastern flank, for the first time amid security threats posed by Russia's aggressive behavior and its growing militarization of Crimea, the Black and Azov Seas.
"We'll talk about increasing NATO's presence and readiness to strengthen security and stability in the region, and about the Euro-Atlantic prospects of Ukraine and Georgia, and the format of the Crimean platform initiated by Ukraine," Kuleba wrote.
He added he planned to talk in bilateral format with colleagues about politics and trade in relations between our countries.