Klimkin: International community supports Ukraine at G20 summit
Ukrainians will not be left alone with Russian aggression
Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin said that the discussion of Ukraine in the G20 format is a testament to its support of the international community, as well as a guarantee that the country will not remain alone in the fight against Russian aggression. He said this in a comment, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"We have friends and partners who have proven that they are ready to support Ukraine. We talked to them before the meeting of G20, and have a common clear and firm position. When Ukrainian problems are in the focus of world leaders during multilateral meetings - not just the G20, but the G7, the EU, NATO and the OSCE, it guarantees that we will not be left alone with the Russian aggression", he said.
"If someone cynically wanted to negotiate with the Kremlin over our heads, it would have already happened", expressed confidence the Foreign Minister.
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