Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković accepted the invitation of the head of the Ukrainian state, Volodymyr Zelensky, to visit Ukraine. The press service of the Office of Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Dmytro Kuleba reports.
During Culeba’s visit to Croatia, it became known that Plenković would arrive in Ukraine in the first half of 2020, during the Croatian presidency of the EU Council.
The Croatian government will soon appoint a co-chair of the Joint Intergovernmental Ukrainian-Croatian Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation to boost trade and investment between the two countries.
In addition, Kyiv and Zagreb agreed that Ukraine will be an important item on the agenda of the Croatian presidency of the EU Council.
Croatia reaffirmed its commitment to continue supporting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, in particular by continuing EU sanctions against Russia.
Zagreb also promised by the end of this year to finance the treatment of another group of Ukrainian military personnel.
As we reported, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and a delegation of businessmen came to Ukraine