Advisor to the president-elect of Ukraine, former Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk discussed the diversification of energy supplies to Ukraine on a meeting with U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry in Brussels. This is reported by the press service of Zelensky's team on Facebook.
“During the meeting, we talked about attracting investments to increase natural gas production in Ukraine, possible ways of supplying American liquefied natural gas, as well as reforming the gas market in Ukraine, including Naftogaz Company,” the message said.
Danyliuk noted that the role of the United States in diversifying energy supplies is important for Ukraine and Europe as a whole.
According to him, this reduces political risks and the cost of energy for consumers.
As we reported, uring a visit to Brussels, advisers to the president-elect of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky held a series of meetings with European officials and agreed to support the priority steps of the politician. Zelensky's press service reported this.
"We saw the support of our policy from Western partners and interest in stepping up cooperation with Ukraine during the presidency of Volodymyr Zelensky," said Oleksandr Danyliuk, Zelensky's adviser. He and Ruslan Ryaboshapka held a number of meetings with European officials. In particular, on May 3, they met with members of the offices of the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Council Donald Tusk and Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy Johannes Hahn.
At the Canadian Embassy in Belgium members of Zelensky team also met with representatives of the countries participating in the conference on supporting reforms in Ukraine, which will take place in Toronto this summer. The main issue of discussion was the assistance of Western partners in the implementation of anti-corruption measures, judicial and economic reforms, ensuring the rule of law.