Brussels: Ukraine and Georgia will continue to move forward to enhance security in the Black Sea. This was announced during the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Ukraine and Georgia by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin.
“The path from Ukraine to Georgia lies through the Black Sea. Ukraine and Georgia have a common path to NATO. We will move forward with our friends on the NATO-Ukraine-Georgia track, in particular, to enhance security in the Black Sea. NATO already has an effective partnership mechanism in the Baltic Sea,” he said.
We recall that during the two-day meeting of foreign ministers of NATO member states, a wide range of security challenges from Russia was discussed.