Ukraine and NATO to launch joint training center in Poland – Stoltenberg

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NATO and Ukraine will create a joint analytical, training and educational center in Poland.

The announcement was made by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels on Thursday after a meeting of the Ukraine-NATO Council, according to Interfax-Ukraine.

“Today, we decided to create a new NATO-Ukraine Joint Analysis, Training and Education Centre in Bydgoszcz, Poland. It will allow Ukraine to share lessons learned from Russia’s war. And it will create a structure for Ukrainian forces to learn and train alongside their Allied counterparts,” he said.

According to the Secretary General, it is a political decision only at the moment, the details on its implementation will be discussed and published later.

“We will continue to stand with Ukraine. For Ukraine’s security, and for ours,” Stoltenberg stressed.

Previously, Stoltenberg claimed group of NATO allies made a commitment to supply Ukraine with drones for the Armed Forces of Ukraine during the meeting of defence ministers of the NATO member states in Brussels.

The United Kingdom and Latvia will jointly lead a capability coalition, which will supply thousands of drones to Ukraine, including FPV (first-person view) drones.

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