International membership of Ukraine
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Ukraine is also a potential candidate for the following organizations:
- see: European Union Association Agreement, Stabilisation and Association Process, European Neighbourhood Policy, Eastern Partnership, Ukraine–European Union relations, Future enlargement of the European Union
- see: Ukraine–NATO relations, Enlargement of NATO, Partnership for Peace, Lithuanian–Polish–Ukrainian Brigade
- Ukrainian and Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republics were founding members of the UN along with the Soviet Union as a whole.
- OSCE's predecessor was the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, which Ukraine joined on January 30, 1992.
- EAPC's predecessor was the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, which Ukraine joined on March 10, 1992.
- On September 24, 2010 the Accession Protocol was signed
- Ukraine is a founding member of the CIS but did not ratify the CIS Charter, so it is not a full member.
- On February 27, 2008, the Stability Pact was replaced by the Regional Co-operation Council. Ukraine is neither a member nor an observer in the RCC.
- Laws of Ukraine. Verkhovna Rada No. 964-15: On the Fundamentals of National Security of Ukraine. Adopted on 19 June 2003, amended on 8 June 2017. (Ukrainian)
- Sydorenko, Sergiy (9 June 2017). "Що змінив для України «закон про НАТО» та як не зупинитися на півдорозі до Альянсу" [What changes for Ukraine did the «law on NATO» bring and how not to stop halfway to the Alliance] (in Ukrainian). Європейська Правда. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
- "НАТО визнало за Україною статус країни-аспіранта" [NATO recognized Ukraine as an aspirant country] (in Ukrainian). Європейська Правда. 10 March 2018. Retrieved 10 March 2018.