Foreign relations of Ukraine

Kiev timed attacks ahead of upcoming EU summit - Kremlin

A new wave of war in eastern Ukraine has been provoked by Ukrainian security forces ahead of the upcoming EU summit, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said.

According to Peskov, Kiev has breached the Minsk agreement, while Moscow expects the OSCE, which has an observer mission in the war zone, to soon react.

Germany Worried Over Lack of 'Comprehensive Ceasefire' in Ukraine

The German government on Monday voiced concerns over the lack of a comprehensive ceasefire in Ukraine which should have taken effect more than a week ago.

Germany is not satisfied with the course of implementation of the agreements reached in Minsk, German government spokesman Steffen Seibert said.

Greek foreign minister in Kiev, Paris for talks

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias will visit Kiev on Thursday for a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin, the ministry has said in a statement.

Kotzias will be briefed by Ukraine's national security council before meeting with representatives of the ethnic Greek community and business associations.

President Iohannis: Romania firmly supports continuing the European, democratic path of Ukraine

President Klaus Iohannis welcomed, on Tuesday, to the Cotroceni Palace, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin, context in which he relayed the firm support of Romania for continuing the European and democratic path of Ukraine.

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Bulgarian FM, PM Await Visit of Ukrainian FM

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin is to arrive on an official visit to Bulgaria on Monday at the invitation of his Bulgarian counterpart Daniel Mitov.

Mitov and Klimkin are to discuss the latest developments in Ukraine, including the conditions of Bulgarians residing in the country and the efforts of the international community to deescalate the conflict.