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BRUSSELS, December 2. /TASS/. NATO countries have set up four trust funds to provide assistance for Ukraine in military reforms.
Foreign ministers of NATO countries launch the funds officially this Tuesday.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the funds were intended to reform and modernize the Ukrainian army in four sectors: logistics, command and control, cyber defense, military medicine and rehabilitation of the injured.
Stoltenberg said NATO has no possibility to deliver weaponry to Kiev. Many member countries assist Ukraine in addition to what is being done through NATO channels, including economic aid and military equipment, the secretary general said.