During his visit to Lviv, Czech General and Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Petr Pavel, stated that the NATO Military Committee is ready to support Ukraine and supply it with weapons, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reports.
During the event, Pavel stated: “The NATO Military Committee will continue to assist Ukraine and will provide the tools and actions necessary to achieve this, which may include providing weapons to Ukraine.”
Approximately 40 NATO Military Committee officers arrived in Lviv for a visiting session at the Kyiv State Maritime Academy, which is named after hetman Petro Konashevich-Sahaydachniy.
The meeting was attended, among others, by Alexander Hug, the first deputy chairman of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine. Ukraine will be represented by Viktor Muzhenko, Chief of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.