The rate on Ukraine’s accession to NATO will bring a number of important reforms in the security sector, defence and the fight against corruption. This opinion was expressed by Vice Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration Ivanna klympush-Tsintsadze on his page in Facebook.
“For us as a country that suffers from the aggression of the Russian Federation, the policy of NATO membership is one of the strategic objectives. In addition to the ultimate goal in the form of purchase of the membership, it will help to unite civil society and public institutions around the reform work of the country to NATO standards,” wrote klympush-Tsintsadze.
According to the Vice Prime Minister, we are talking about reforms in the sphere of security and defence, fight against corruption, rule of law and civil society development.
As reported, today, June 8, the Verkhovna Rada introduced amendments to the Ukrainian legislation, which renewed the country’s course towards NATO membership.