Groysman, Parubiy, Kerry discussed Minsk process and U.S. support for Ukraine
U.S. delegation visited Kyiv on July 7
The Ukrainian leaders and U.S. Secretary of State gathered in Kyiv to talk through U.S. support to Ukraine in defense sector and implementation of Minsk agreements. The press service of the Ukrainian government reported this on Thursday evening.
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman expressed gratitude to the U.S. government for their support to Ukraine, especially the financial assistance of 220 million U.S. dollars. Groysman stressed that the new Cabinet, shaped only three months ago, started a number of unprecedented reforms.
The Prime Minister informed John Kerry about the course of the ongoing reforms.
The U.S. Secretary of State supported reforms in Ukraine, saying they are instrumental in attracting investments and maintaining the economic growth.
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