As noted in the statement, NATO foreign ministers express their firm commitment to the alliance’s open door policy.
“The regions of the Western Balkans and the Black Sea are of strategic importance for the alliance. We welcome our meeting with the foreign ministers of NATO partners Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and the Republic of Moldova as NATO scales up targeted support to strengthen their integrity and resilience, develop their capabilities and protect their political independence.
We are firmly committed to the alliance’s open door policy. We reaffirm our decisions made by us at the 2008 Bucharest Summit and all subsequent decisions regarding Georgia and Ukraine,” the statement said.