Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin visited Canada, where he discussed with representatives of the country's authorities issues of economic cooperation and assistance in combating the armed aggression of the Russian Federation.
Klimkin during a visit to Canada, discussed the issues of economic cooperation and assistance in combating the armed aggression of the Russian Federation - Ministry of foreign Affairs
It is reported mediaUA, this reports the press service of the foreign Ministry.
"In the framework of the working visit to Canada Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin took part in the solemn ceremony of raising the national flag of Ukraine to the Parliament of Alberta, and held working meetings with the Minister of science and sport of Canada Kirsty Duncan, Lieutenant-Governor of the province Lois Mitchell, Prime Minister of the province of Alberta, Rachel Notley, and Edmonton mayor Don Ivanom", - stated in the message.
According to authorities, one of the priority themes during the meetings was to discuss the prospects of economic cooperation and the revival of contacts between Alberta and domestic enterprises, especially in the context of the free trade Agreement between Ukraine and Canada.
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Pavlo Klimkin also held a separate meeting with the leader of the United conservative party of Alberta and Jason Kenny, which in 2015 held the position of Minister of defense of Canada and was responsible for the beginning of the canadian military training mission UNFIER and also sending military aid to Ukraine.
It is reported that the Ukrainian Minister held a meaningful conversation with leaders of Ukrainian public organizations in Western Canada (representatives from the Ukrainian canadian Congress in the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia). During the meeting were discussed the issues of consolidation of canadian support for Ukraine in fight against Russian armed aggression.
Among other things, the Minister had the opportunity to visit one of the largest Ukrainian historical-cultural complexes of North America Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village.
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