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BRUSSELS, February 25. /ITAR-TASS/. The NATO-Ukraine commission (NUC) is going to meet in Brussels on February 27 as part of a meeting of the alliance’s defense ministers, NATO official spokesperson Oana Lungescu said on Thursday.
“The NATO — Ukraine commission is a reliable platform for supporting democracy,” Lungescu went on to say.
Though not officially confirmed, Ukraine’s deputy defense minister is expected to represent Ukraine at this meeting.
The NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC), established in 1997, is the decision-making body responsible for developing the NATO-Ukraine relationship and for directing cooperative activities. It also provides a forum for consultation between the Allies and Ukraine on security issues of common concern.