In the Secretariat of the president emphasize that the current internal political situation doesn't assist in Ukraine to that already now members of Alliance made the decision concerning PDCh.
It on Monday was declared by the deputy head of the Secretariat of president Andrey Goncharuk, reports a press - Secretariat service.
According to him, in the current political situation the Ukrainian political forces, unfortunately, appeared not ready to work in common for the sake of national interests, providing advantage to the solution of tightly political goals.
He also stated a regret that "the government of Ukraine couldn't estimate correctly new opportunities which arose, and wasn't able to concentrate effort to realization of one of key tasks and to continue the necessary reforms supported with appropriate resources".
Goncharuk also paid attention to a position of the president that the decision on granting PDCh isn't the final decision on accession to Alliance: the last will be accepted when to it will be ready both Ukraine, and NATO.
At the same time the Plan of action concerning membership is only one of tools which together with other forms and mechanisms of interaction are used by NATO for development of the relations with partners and their preparation for membership.
"It isn't excluded that in the course of this work there will be new forms of integration into NATO, after all and PDCh exists far not from the beginning of creation of Alliance", - he told.
Goncharuk noted that Ukraine throughout long time practically works within PDCh, successfully implementing annual Target plans Ukraine - NATO.
"The actual compliance to requirements and NATO standards influences the accession to Alliance, than formal existence or lack of PDCh much more strongly", - Goncharuk is convinced.
He noted that over performance of the tasks determined by existing documents Ukraine - NATO, all Ukrainian governments, irrespective of their party accessory actively worked.
"Therefore there are no doubts that what wouldn't be a configuration of the following governmental coalition, work on achievement of the euroatlantic standards will be actively continued", - Goncharuk is convinced.
"We accurately understand that the question of membership in NATO is a question of ensuring national security and the state independence of Ukraine", - it summarized.
In this context Goncharuk supported depoliticizing a question of accession of Ukraine to the program which is practically carried out long ago, and in many directions is already executed.
"We recognize that a question is very important for national interests of Ukraine to reduce its weight and value, having allowed political forces to stretch it according to selective slogans and to substitute deep work on society informing concerning need of membership for Alliance for inner-party interests and competition for votes", - he told.