Canadian ships will continue to enter the Black Sea to enhance the security of the component region. This was stated by the Ambassador of Canada Roman Vashchuk during a speech at the Kiev Security Forum.“Canada has taken a greater part in military exercises and more of our ships will go to the Black Sea in the future. We also would like more information and observation of events in the Black Sea to be. We have certain projects aimed at this,” said Vashchuk.
He proposed, in the context of the strategic development of Ukraine, to strengthen cooperation with the closest NATO member countries in the Black Sea region – Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey.
“Ukraine should pursue its convincing policy in the countries of the region in order to unite the efforts of the NATO countries in the region,” the ambassador added.