Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko discussed Russian aggression and European integration with Georgian colleague David Zakaliani. They met at the sidelines of the 74th UNGA as Ukrainian ministry reported.
The ministers discussed the further steps in the context of the restoration of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of two states.
The foreign ministers came to the agreement that for today Russia is the key threat for the security of not only Ukraine and Georgia by entire Europe.
They put emphasis on the importance of the pressure of the international society on Moscow to stop its aggression and provision of respect to UN Charter and other norms of the international law.
Prystaiko and Zakaliani also discussed the European integration of Ukraine and Georgia. The diplomats exchanged the opinions on the further steps of two countries to reach the NATO standards and converge with Alliance.
Earlier U.S. Charge d'Affaires in Ukraine William Taylor said that Russian aggression and military presence are the major obstacle for Ukraine and Georgia's NATO membership.