Campaign to support Ukraine’s EU integration will be held in the Netherlands
Most of the campaign’s events will be organized by NGOs, - Foreign Ministry’s Special Envoy
Ukraine will launch a campaign in the Netherlands, aiming to support the country’s European integration. Dmytro Kuleba, Special Envoy of Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry said this at a briefing in Kyiv.
According to him, the campaign will involve “a large number of friends of Ukraine in the Netherlands”. Most of the campaign’s events will be organized by NGOs; Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry reckons that by doing so, the campaign will gain more attention among the Dutch audience.
Cultural and information events will be held, certain campaigns will be conducted in social networks. The Ministry plans to activate international communication with involvement of celebrities.
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