Poltorak meets with Georgian counterpart in Brussels
Defense Minister of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak has met with his Georgian counterpart Tinatin Khidasheli during a visit to NATO Headquarters to discuss international cooperation and exchange of experience.
"We are ready to cooperate with you in all spheres and we support you in your fight. It is important for us to speak unanimously in the international arena. We must help each other and I emphasize this at all international forums," the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's press service quoted Khidasheli.
In turn, Poltorak said that positions of the Ukrainian army in eastern Ukraine have been attacked around 7,000 times since the beginning of the year.
According to the report, the defense minister of Ukraine stressed that exchange of experience with Georgia is very important to Ukraine "considering the threats we are facing."
"We have obtained great experience in this war and we are ready to share what we have learned," the ministry's press service quoted Poltorak.