NATO announced proposals for the confrontation of the hybrid operations of the Kremlin

У НАТО озвучили пропозиції щодо протистоянні гібридним операціям Кремля

November 17, Canada began a four-day session of the 64th annual session of the NATO parliamentary Assembly

British MP Lord Jopling, in his report on the NATO parliamentary Assembly, 64th annual session which takes place in the canadian Halifax, suggested a number of concrete proposals for strengthening the reaction of the Euro-Atlantic community on the hybrid operation of the Kremlin. This was announced by the Chairman of the Permanent delegation to NATO PA, MP from the faction of the BPP Irina Friz on his page in Facebook.

“The main proposals for NATO member countries, which were announced in the report are: educational policy as sustainable, the Patriotic society is the first line of defense; strengthen coherence and coordination within NATO; increasing strategic awareness between the countries-members of NATO, with the aim of strengthening relations and coordination of special forces among the countries-members of NATO; countering fake news and propaganda; the fight against disinformation and the Russian media; cyber defence and others,” she wrote.

As noted by the Frieze, the speaker drew attention to the need to continue efforts to diversify energy imports and promote energy efficiency, including through the implementation of the vision of the Energy Union of the EU. According to her, Joplin in his report also stressed: “in Order to limit the space for Russian hybrid warfare, it is necessary to solve the problem of “grey areas” in Eastern Europe. Leaving the Eastern European country in an uncertain state, it is a reason to further Russian aggression and tense relations with the West.”

“Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova and the countries of the Western Balkans must have a clear prospect of membership in NATO and the EU. Their accession must be based solely on the implementation of criteria for their membership,” Jopling quoted the Chairman of the Permanent delegation of Ukraine to the NATO PA.

Recall, 17 July in Canada began a four-day session of the 64th annual session of the NATO parliamentary Assembly. The Ukrainian delegation at this session will draw attention to the situation in the occupied Crimea and Eastern Ukraine, and threatening to the black sea and Mediterranean regions the situation in the Azov sea through the aggressive actions of the Kremlin.