This week, the NATO countries will send their experts to Ukraine, where they will take part in the programs of sharing experiences and training servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. It was announced by Victoriia Kushnir, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, today at the briefing, Joinfo.ua reports.
"This week, NATO experts, representatives of the Partnership for Peace Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes will visit Ukraine in order to share experiences and train Ukrainian servicemen. Also Ukraine will be visited by a group of instructors of the Armed Forces of Denmark for taking part in the course for staff officers of the military police, as well as by psychologists of the National Armed Forces of Latvia, and French experts in organizing and functioning of the post-conflict psychological rehabilitation of servicemen," Kushnir said.
She also noted that that week Stepan Poltorak, the Minister of Defense of Ukraine, would meet with Jason Kenney, the Minister of National Defense of Canada. Today, Poltorak will meet with the delegation of the France-Ukraine friendship group at the Senate of the French Republic. The parties will talk about the current military and political situation in Ukraine and the ability of the partner country to support the Ukrainian side.