The molecular mechanisms of aqueous solvent penetration into a flat nanopore with hydrophobic structureless walls containing a Na+Cl− ion pair with nonfixed distance between ions is studied by computer simulations. A detailed many-body polycenter model of intermolecular interactions calibrated with respect to experimental data for the free energy of attachment of water vapor molecules and quantum-chemical calculations in clusters is used. The ion pair hydration results in its decomposition. Drawing the molecules into the gap between ions makes easier penetration of solvent and filling of the nanopore with electrolyte. The ion-pair dissociation is accompanied by dramatic changes in the chemical potential of molecules and electric properties of the whole system. The thermodynamic characteristics of decomposition are stable as regards variations in the pore width. The post-decomposition electric polarizability demonstrates strong anisotropy associated with the nanopore flatness.