Poroshenko: Ukraine and Japan continue to cooperate on nuclear security
President also focused on the issue of visa liberalization between Japan and Ukraine
Ukraine will contunue to cooperate with Japan in the field of nuclear security, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko informed during his speech in the Japanese national press-club, aired by “112 Ukraine”.
“We are the only two countries in the world, which survived huge nuclear disasters. 5 years have passed since Fukushima nuclear disaster and 30 years – since the tragedy in Chernobyl. I’m proud of the fact that our nations have united in order to share scientific and technological experience of coping with such tragedies. Together we have reached considerable progress and we intend to continue this cooperation for the sake of welfare and security of the whole world”, - Poroshenko said.
Poroshenko added, that despite the distance between the two countries, cooperation is developing.
Later on, President is going to focus on visa liberalization between Japan and Ukraine.
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