Ukraine joins NATO’s technological cooperation program

Ukraine joins NATO’s technological cooperation program

I am confident that we will bring our expertise to the development of collective security,” Xinhua quoted Reznikov as saying.

According to the ministry, MIP associate membership gives Ukraine the right to join the development and implementation of standards related to the interaction of NATO’s key combat control systems and related practices.

MIP is a technological cooperation program between the armed forces of NATO member countries, which was established at the level of the developers of national combat control information systems, and which aims at the interoperability of national C2IS systems, Xinhua reported.

The Western Military Alliance officially invited Sweden and Finland to join during the NATO summit, Zelenskyy made his remarks and called on NATO to include Ukraine in the alliance.

At the same time, the humanitarian situation in Ukraine continued to deteriorate, and thousands of refugees continued to flow across the borders into western neighboring countries.

The President of the European Union (EU) Commission announces an economic package for countries that receive refugees fleeing Ukraine Ursula von der Leyen said: “So far more than 3 million people have left Ukraine. Half of them were children. I thank the enormous generosity of all Europeans, all Member States and Moldova. We propose to speed up and increase liquidity of 3.4 billion euros to support EU countries that are hosting those fleeing the war.”

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24 after the breakaway regions of Donetsk and Luhansk asked Russia for help against Ukrainian forces. Russia claims that the aim of the military operations is to “demilitarize” and “denazify” Ukraine.

In response to the Russian operation, Western countries have launched a comprehensive sanctions campaign against Moscow.

Source: ANI

Source: The Nordic Page

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