NATO signs air traffic data agreement with Ukraine

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Hungarian Defense Minister Imre Szekeres, together with his counterparts from other NATO members, signed an agreement on the exchange of air traffic data with Ukraine at a meeting in Brussels on Friday.

Under the agreement, Ukraine will connect its air traffic control and monitoring network to NATO’s through a base near the Hungarian city of Veszprém. NATO has signed such agreements with there other countries so far: Austria, Finland and Georgia. (MTI-Econews)

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