Ukraine needs to improve information policy and actively inform the international society about the current state of affairs in the country. Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said this during his meeting with Ukrainian diplomats who serve abroad. The meeting took place in Kyiv on Wednesday and was devoted to the 25th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence.
‘We do not provide enough information for our partners about what’s going on. It’s not enough, and I feel it when I visit foreign countries. I reckon that informing our partners about the real state of affairs in Ukraine is one of our priorities. And I guess that’s what your task is’, Groysman told the diplomats.
‘You all are on quite a specific frontline – the information frontline. I understand that the huge flow of information from the aggressor is directed at our Western partners. But we’ve got enough opportunities to oppose this information war. We should provide unbiased information about the real course of events; we should deepen cooperation with international organizations, and we’ve go to do everything so that our allies feel that Ukraine is a reliable, responsible and effective partner,’ the Premier concluded.