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Ukraines EU Membership Perspective Correlates with NATO Membership Path. Interview with Deputy Secretary General of NATO

Based on his country's example, the Romanian diplomat Mircea Geoană understands the peculiarities of the movement of Eastern European countries to NATO. He has taken over a significant part of communication with Kyiv and can explain NATO's processes and decisions regarding Ukraine. We interviewed him right before Alliance's summit in Madrid.

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