Cooperation between Ukraine and the United States is a contribution to their security, – Kuleba at a meeting with Blinken
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba met in Kyiv on May 6. It was about the interaction of Ukraine and the United States of America as allies in Central Europe and the Black Sea. Dmytro Kuleba informed about it on Twitter, UATV reports.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine emphasized that Antony Blinken visited Ukraine, and not another country in the eastern part of Europe.
“It is important that my colleague and friend Antony Blinken is making his first visit to Ukraine among other European countries. Strengthening cooperation between Ukraine and the United States as democratic allies in Central Europe and the Black Sea is a contribution to the security and success of our states and the whole Euro-Atlantic space”, –Kuleba noted.
Glad to welcome @SecBlinken in Kyiv on his first visit to this part of Europe. Strengthening ties between Ukraine and the U.S. as democratic allies in the Central Europe & Black Sea region contributes greatly to security and prosperity of both nations and the Euro-Atlantic area. pic.twitter.com/qzE5ckKYip
— Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) May 6, 2021
On May 6, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived to Kyiv on an official visit.
Earlier, he informed about condition under which the United States will start stabilizing relations with Russia.