Ukrainian PM met with President of Slovakia Andrej Kiska
They discussed the cooperation in energetic sector
During the official visit of Ukrainian Prime Minister to Bratislava President of the Slovak Republic Andrej Kiska expressed his firm and unshakable support for the independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine, according to the press service of the Cabinet.
The sides exchanged views on the economic situation in Ukraine. Andrej Kiska praised the results of reforms implemented by the Ukrainian Government, noting that the current government has achieved more results than its predecessors.
Prime Minister of Ukraine and President of Slovakia discussed energy cooperation, noting the need for common approaches that would guarantee the security of both countries, the unity and efficiency of European policy in this sphere.
Yatsenyuk also expressed appreciation for the solidarity and partnerships with Ukraine. He highlighted a significant contribution of Slovakia into energy security and independence of Ukraine.
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