“A joint declaration has just been signed on strengthening Ukraine’s defense-technical cooperation with NATO,” the president’s Twitter account says.
This is also reported on the official website of the Security Council (NSDC) of Ukraine: "The head of the council (Turchinov) and the NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg signed a roadmap of the strategic communications partnership program". As the press service noted, “the program is aimed at countering Russian propaganda.”
“The signed documents provide for the deepening of our relations in key areas of confronting modern challenges and indicate the beginning of a new, much more practical stage of our cooperation,” the release of the National Security and Defense Council said.
Earlier, Poroshenko promised "to make a decision to hold a referendum on joining NATO." A nationwide vote must pass after Kiev has completed major reforms.