Ukraine and Canada negotiated boosting the interstate cooperation in the security area. Canada's National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan posted this on Twitter after his meeting with Ukraine's foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin, as the latter was in Canada with the official visit.
'Good to speak with Pavlo Klimkin about Canada’s strong commitment to Ukraine. We are proud to be supporting a stable and secure Ukraine through our Canadian forces members deployed on Operation UNIFIER who are working alongside the Ukrainian Security Forces', Sajjan posted on Twitter.
As is known, the Ukrainian minister visited Canada to join the Halifax Security Forum 2018. He also negotiated with Canadian Minister of National Defense Harjit Sajjan, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada Ian Shugart, members of the Canadian Parliament, NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Goethemuller, US senators and congressmen.
Earlier, in July 2018, Harjit Sajjan added that together with the partners are working on the development of safe, successive and democratic Ukraine. He noted that Canada had provided the Ukrainian Armed Forces with non-lethal military equipment costing over 16 million dollars. 'Our commitment isn't limited only by training soldiers. As part of a comprehensive support of Ukraine, Canada provided the Armed Forces of Ukraine non-lethal military equipment costing over 16 million dollars, and more equipment will be provided by the of March of 2019,' he said.