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NATO-Ukraine Platform for Action launched in Warsaw
NATO-Ukraine Platform for Action on hybrid threats started in Warsaw. Ukrainian representatives will share the experience of fighting the Russian aggressor, which occurs in all possible spheres of life, from military aggression to information and propaganda operations.
As Ukrainian Radioo correspondent in Warsaw Andriy Khomenko reported, the Warsaw-NATO Conference is organized by the National Security Bureau of Poland and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country.
More than 100 experts from the Alliance and partner countries under the NATO-Ukraine Platform for Action have developed strategic and expert cooperation mechanisms between NATO and Ukraine, which will serve to increase capacity to identify and assess hybrid threats and strengthen state resilience in areas such as civilian readiness, critical infrastructure protection, strategic communication, and the fight against terrorism.
Formally, the NATO-Ukraine Platform for Action on Hybrid Threats was launched in early July in Kyiv. The creation of the Platform is one of the main elements of the aid plan for Ukraine, approved last year at the NATO Summit in Warsaw.