Ukraine becomes an associate member of the Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP) which implements technological cooperation between the armies of NATO member states, the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine said in a statement.
Ukraine has already been informed about the acquisition of membership through official diplomatic channels. Also, the flag of Ukraine will be included in the design template of all MIP documents. In their letter, representatives of the NATO Headquarters Consultation, Command and Control (C3) Staff noted that the decision was a good example of Ukraine’s cooperation with NATO and the Allies, in particular within the framework of the NATO-Ukraine C4 Knowledge Sharing Project, the Ministry of Defense informs.
The Multilateral Interoperability Program (MIP) is a technological cooperation program of the armed forces of NATO member states. It was created at the level of national developers of information systems of combat management and aims to achieve interoperability of national systems of the C2IS category.