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KIEV, April 8. /TASS/. Ukraine will sign several documents with NATO on military-technical cooperation, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said on Wednesday.
The sides will sign a memorandum on cooperation in "control, communications, intelligence and surveillance" in the framework of NATO’s Partnership for Peace program, Yatsenyuk said.
Another agreement will deal with the implementation of four trust projects, including military-technical cooperation, communications, and new information technologies, the prime minister added.
"Ukraine must restore its armed forces exclusively following the example of the strongest armies and strongest alliances that fight for peace in the world. In the first place, these are the standards of NATO, and we are moving in this direction," he said.