"Of course, we have an extremely high level of strategic cooperation with our key allies. This is the United States, this is Canada, this is Lithuania, of course, this is Poland, this is Turkey, this is many other countries with which we build these strategic partnerships. And we really hope that their number will grow and expand. All the Baltic countries, of course, belong to this circle. We have the appropriate formats of friends of Ukraine, including Scandinavian… And we would very much like to strengthen these bilateral tracks, and to build those mechanisms and bilateral formats that will allow us to expand this circle of friends," Sybiga said.
According to him, building friendly relations with neighbors is always a priority of every state.
As a reminder, President Volodymyr Zelensky appointed Andriy Sybiga Deputy Head of the Office of the Head of State for Foreign Policy and Strategic Partnership Development on June 1.