NATO announces the increased support for Ukraine and Georgia in the Black Sea

The head of the Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, said on Thursday that NATO member states had conformed a package of measures aimed at increasing support for Ukraine and Georgia in the Black Sea.
As part of the agreement, exercises, data exchange and calls at the ports of the Black Sea are provided. At the same time, the Alliance Secretary General did not inform about any details of the measures being prepared as part of the announced assistance to Ukraine and Georgia.
According to Stoltenberg, the adoption of these measures will help to improve NATO’s awareness of the situation in the Black Sea.
He noted that Russia continues to carry out military strengthening in the region, for this reason the Alliance “will retain its attention and presence in this important region”.

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