The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the strategy of Ukraine's foreign policy, which contains the basic principles of Ukrainian policy towards the European Union, NATO and the Russian Federation. The relevant decision was made at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers.
"The strategy of foreign policy is based on the provisions of the national security strategy of Ukraine and is a document of medium-term planning for the implementation of state policy in the foreign relations," an explanatory note says.
The strategy states that the European Union is one of the main subjects in world politics and a key partner of Ukraine in Europe. Therefore, Ukraine's full membership in the EU is a strategic goal of the state. In addition, joining NATO remains a strategic course.
The document also states that Ukraine's main goal is to end the armed conflict and return the occupied territories.
As it was reported earlier, today, on June 9, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba, on the second day of his visit to Germany, will hold talks with the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas.