The former NATO Secretary-General will head the work of the group on security guarantees for Ukraine

It is planned to launch a consultative group on security guarantees for Ukraine. Former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen will arrive in our country on July 1 to implement the project.

Source: Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak

According to Yermak, the G7 countries “are ready to join the creation of a system of permanent security guarantees for Ukraine, strengthening its resilience and preventing attempts at repeated aggression by Russia.”

“Today, I’m glad to announce here in Davos that together with the former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen we’re establishing an international advisory working group. It aims is to make some recommendations for reliable and efficient security guarantees for Ukraine. Leading figures from security, policy and diplomacy as well as scientists will be invited to join in and contribute,” the Head of the Office of the President noted.

The Head of the President’s Office clarified that our country “does not need assurances, but appropriately ratified security guarantees.”

“This is a set of measures, which primarily involves ensuring the defense capability and restoring Ukraine’s military-technical potential, maximum integration of Ukraine into international political and economic formats, long effective sanctions against Russia, which will prevent the restoration of its military power for a new attempt at aggression.”

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