Ukraine-NATO commission meeting not planned – Alliance
No Ukraine-NATO Commission meeting is planned for February 14 and February 15 when defense ministers from the military bloc are scheduled to meet in Brussels, NATO has informed the Kyiv-based Interfax-Ukraine news agency.
"At the current time, there is no planned meeting," a NATO representative told Interfax-Ukraine on Friday, adding that a Ukraine-NATO Commission meeting was held in December 2017 to discuss the situation in eastern Ukraine.
The NATO representative said relations between the bloc and Ukraine are good.
The Ukrainian e-zine Yevropeyiska Prvda earlier said the Ukraine-NATO commission meeting that should have taken place on February 14-15 had been cancelled at the request of Hungary.
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