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Deputy Prime Minister for European integration of Ukraine Olga Stefanyshyna explained how the country was able to obtain the status of partner for NATO despite the objections of Hungary. About it reports the UNIAN.
She said that all members of the Alliance was a period of time, which expired on June 12. During this time, Budapest did not send formal objection, so the decision was made automatically.
However, Hungary is still blocking the work of the Commission “Ukraine-NATO”. Thus according to Stefanishina, dialogue on operations still underway. Diplomatic service of Ukraine “powerful progress” in solving this problem.
12 June, Ukraine became a member of the Partnership advanced features of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO). The Minister of foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba said that the partner status will allow Ukrainian armed forces to participate in additional exercises with the troops of the Alliance. He also said that now Kiev will be “better informed about the risks to their security.”
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