Belarusian Foreign Ministry doesn't see a threat in Ukraine's cooperation with NATO

As reported by RIA Novosti, according to the Belarusian Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces, Pavel Muraveyko, Belarus is not concerned with Ukraine’s cooperation with NATO and does not see any threat from Ukraine.

“What is happening in its territory and the involvement of NATO countries at this time is not critical or challenging for our country. We should have a good understanding of these processes which take place and know that NATO is interested in increasing the number of Alliance members,” Muraveyko stated on TV.

He also noted that “no military threat is foreseen for Belarus from the territory of Ukraine in the near term.”

Earlier, the acting head of Ukraine’s delegation to NATO, Yegor Bozhok, stated that Ukraine was not yet ready for NATO membership.

  Belarus, Ukraine, NATO