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President of Latvia Raimonds Vējonis to visit Donbas on November 25

Also, Vējonis intends to meet with the leaders of Crimean Tatars within the framework of his visit to Ukraine
15:08, 24 November 2018
Twitter Petro Poroshenko

President of Latvia Raimonds Vējonis will visit Donbas within his official trip to Ukraine. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko claimed this during the joint briefing with the Latvian colleague, later the leader of the Latvian Republic confirmed this himself.  

‘The President of Latvia will visit Donbas near the line of contact, in order to see in real, what is going on, and to see Ukraine’s efforts towards the reconstruction of infrastructure in released cities from Russian occupation,’ Poroshenko claimed. 

Related: Poroshenkos pay tribute to victims of Holodomor in Ukraine

Although, he didn’t mention the settlement Raimonds Vējonis is going to visit.  

In addition, Vējonis intends to meet with the leaders of Crimean Tatars within the framework of his visit to Ukraine.  

‘We will continue the policy regarding the non-recognition of the illegal annexation of the Crimea and Sevastopol. During my visit, I will meet with the leaders of the Crimean Tatars. We are concerned about the infringement of the rights of the Crimean Tatars and their persecution on the peninsula,’ the Latvian President said. 

Related: Putin’s visit to Crimea is violation of international law, - Poroshenko

At the same time, the President of Latvia recalled that Riga repeatedly called for the release of Ukrainian political prisoners who are being held in Russia, as well as in the illegally annexed Crimea. 

As it was reported earlier, President of Latvia Raimonds Vējonis is in Ukraine on an official visit. He arrived in Kyiv today, where he had already met with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and held a joint meeting.

Related: Appropriate sanctions against sham elections in occupied Donbas to be introduced, - Poroshenko

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