Ukraine, Sweden Meet to Discuss Mutual Cooperation
The main topics of the meeting included countering Russian aggression, the occupied territory of Ukraine, the Kremlin undermining democracy
Photo from Ukrinform – UATV
Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Vasyl Bodnar, during a meeting with the delegation of the Defense Commission of the Swedish Parliament, discussed further consolidation of efforts in countering Russian aggression, according to the Foreign Ministry’s press service. This was reported by Ukrinform.
“Ukraine’s experience in countering Russian military and hybrid threats, as well as cyberattacks, is of considerable interest to Stockholm. During the meeting, the sides said that Russia’s aggressive policy towards Ukraine is also part of the Kremlin’s plans to destabilize the European continent and undermine public trust in democratic institutions,” the ministry’s press service reported.
Vasyl Bodnar also informed the Swedish delegation about the current situation in Donbas and stressed the importance of further consolidation of international community to put more pressure on Moscow to return to occupied territories.
The deputy minister thanked the Swedish delegation for their strong support of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and said that “…this support is particularly noticeable in the EU and the UN, where our Swedish partners are co-initiators of all important decisions, resolutions and other documents in support of Ukraine.”
Members of the Swedish delegation, in turn, assured that Sweden remains a reliable partner of Ukraine in advocating for its sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as a sincere friend in providing practical assistance in conducting reforms.
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