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Bishkek (AKIpress) - Direct military aid to Ukraine will not be considered at tomorrow's NATO meeting, RIA Novosti reported citing a senior official of the Atlantic alliance on the condition of anonymity.
Foreign ministers of NATO member states are to meet in Brussels on Tuesday and will attend a session of the NATO-Ukraine commission.
The source said there will be no review of the operational aspects of the alliance's relationship with Ukraine, such as direct military aid. Discussions will instead focus on expanding cooperation with Ukraine under the framework of the existing commission.
The source added, however, that NATO will consider what has happened and how the alliance's working relationship with Russia should be modified in the future.