UK Foreign Office: no compromise on the sovereignty of Ukraine possible
Borsis Johnson reached this decision after his meeting with Ukrainian FM
There will be no compromise on the sovereignty of Ukraine. This statement was published by the British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson on his page on Twitter.
"The first meeting with Ukrainian Minister Pavlo "Klimkin was productive. United Kingdom will not compromise on the sovereignty of one of the parts of Ukraine," - wrote the diplomat.
This Twitter massage appeared online after a meeting of Boris Johnson with hi Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo "Klimkin in the frames of the meeting of foreign ministers of the OSCE countries in Germany, initiated by the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, reported by 112.ua.
Earlier it was reported that German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier intended to hold an informal meeting of OSCE Foreign Ministers. The press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported that Pavlo Klimkin was to call to ramp up pressure on Russia to release political prisoners during the meeting of OSCE Foreign Ministers.
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