Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko thinks that NATO decision is “completely positive – as it objectively states the current level and prospects of development of Ukraine’s relations with the Alliance”.
According to the government’s press-office, she believes that by its decision the Alliance has practically called upon Ukraine to stir up practical work aimed at completing necessary reforms, noting that respective appraisal of success will be given on this path.
According to Yulia Tymoshenko, “the Government of Ukraine will spare no effort for better coordination and full implementation of measures of the Ukraine-NATO Target Plan for 2008. Besides, the Government will pay more attention to the process of informing people concerning the issues on EuroAtlantic integration – both as way for increasing respective budget expenditures and way for ensuring constant cooperation of the power and non-government organizations in this issue. We are interested in the new quality of a public dialogue”.
“Our successful practical actions will help Ukraine to achieve necessary result for the society in relations with NATO,” the Prime Minister assured.