Foreign relations of Ukraine

Logar calls for cooperation between EU and Indo-Pacific

Paris – Foreign Minister Anže Logar attended the first ministerial forum on cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region organised by the French EU presidency on Tuesday. He noted the importance of good and sustainable integration between Europe and the Indo-Pacific, and also held two bilateral meetings, the Slovenian Foreign Ministry said.

Bulgarian Foreign Minister: We Stand Completely Behind Ukraine, Russia will Suffer Serious Sanctions

"Bulgaria stands entirely behind Ukraine, and Russia could face serious and comprehensive sanctions at any moment." This was announced to BTV after the end of the Munich Security Conference by Bulgarian Foreign Minister Teodora Genchovska.

Ambassador to Britain: Ukraine can be Flexible, but Not Give up NATO to Avoid War

Ukraine may withdraw from NATO membership to avoid war, Ukrainian Ambassador to Britain Vadym Prystaiko told the BBC, Reuters reported, noting that this would be a big concession to Moscow in response to the accumulation of Russian troops on Russia's border with Ukraine.

At Bled Strategic Forum ForMin Aurescu speaks about protracted conflicts in Black Sea region, EaP

Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu participated today in the 16th Bled Strategic Forum - Slovenia, where he was invited to speak at the panel on "EU's Challenging Eastern Partnership Summit 2021: Calibrating its Agenda".

ForMin Aurescu, Austrian, Lithuanian counterparts to visit South Caucasus to strengthen EU's geopolitical profile

Romania's Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu will be touring the South Caucasus, June 24-26, accompanied by Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg and Lithuania's Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis to strengthen the European Union's geopolitical profile in its own neighbourhood, to increase the EU's involvement and role in resolving protracted conflicts in the region.

MAE's Dan Neculaescu in Chernivtsi; Romania - humanitarian support for Ukraine in pandemic context

Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) Dan Neculaescu will be on a working visit to Chernivtsi on Friday to make a humanitarian donation to Ukraine, in order to support the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, a press release sent to AGERPRES informs.

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