October 7, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba met with British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth of Nations and Great Britain's Development Dominic Raab. The press service of the Foreign Ministry reports.
"As part of the visit of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to the UK, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba met with Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth of Nations and Development of Great Britain Dominic Raab," the statement said.
Kuleba informed Dominik Raab about the creation of the Crimean platform and invited the UK to participate in it.
It is noted that the Crimean platform is a new international platform that consolidates international efforts to de-occupy Crimea.
Dmytro Kuleba and Dominik Raab agreed on further coordination of actions in the UN and other international organizations, deepening cooperation in the migration sphere, discussed the development of trade and investment between the two countries.
As we reported before, Zelensky's visit to the UK is scheduled for October 7-8.
During this visit, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Zelensky will sign the Political, Free Trade and Strategic Partnership Agreement to strengthen UK cooperation in political, security, and foreign matters with Ukraine, while also securing continued preferential trade for businesses and consumers.
The British government would also allocate 600,000 pounds to support the OSCE mission in Donbas.