Reform, and security in the East of Ukraine, the Black sea and the situation in the occupied Crimea will be on the agenda of the visit of the North Atlantic Council of NATO in Ukraine on 30-31 October, said the head of the NATO Mission in Ukraine Alexander Vinnikov.

“There will be a session of the Commission Ukraine-NATO with the participation of President of Ukraine. The reforms will be the center of attention, and the security situation in Ukraine, as in the East, illegally occupied Crimea and the Black sea,” said winnick, speaking at the roundtable “Ukraine-NATO: what’s on the table?” in Monday in Kiev.

The representative of the Alliance noted that the visit of the NATO leadership, including Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Kiev and Odessa must demonstrate support for freedom of navigation and navigation.

“The idea is to show a strong signal of support for Ukrainian sovereignty, territorial integrity, particularly in the Black sea”, – said Vinnikov.

The diplomat said that the delegation will hold a series of meetings with MPs, members of Cabinet and civil society activists.