NATO's support for Ukraine is top of the agenda during the two-day talks in Brussels beginning April 1
BRUSSELS – Foreign ministers are to discuss support for Ukraine and review their countries’ relationship with Russia at a two-day NATO meeting in Brussels, starting April 1.
The ministers from NATO member countries, including Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, will focus on increasing support for Ukraine and the consequences of Russia’s military actions in the country, NATO said in a statement.
NATO foreign ministers will also meet their Ukrainian counterpart Andrii Deshchytsia to decide on how the Alliance could further support Ukraine with its defense reforms.
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