“We have decided to convene a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in Warsaw as part of the summit. An that will be the second summit where we have the NATO-Ukraine Commission meeting. And I think that will be a very strong expression of our political support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. It will also provide a basis for us discussing how we can provide practical support for Ukraine,” said Stoltenberg at a press conference in the first day of the meeting of NATO foreign ministers answering a question of an UNIAN correspondent.

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“I think that the NATO-Ukraine Commission meeting will be an important platform for expressing political support and developing our practical support for Ukraine,” said Stoltenberg.