At a meeting in Bucharest, the NATO Foreign Ministers agreed to increase support for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and Moldova, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said, Report informs via Interfax.

“The Foreign Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and Moldova joined us during the final part of the meeting; these are three valuable NATO partners facing pressure from Russia,” he said at a press conference.

“We discussed the reasons for our shared security concerns and agreed to strengthen cooperation. The Allies agreed to strengthen their support, taking into account local characteristics,” Secretary-General noted.