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Ukraine, Thailand agree to cooperate in criminal cases investigation
17:57, 5 June 2017
Ukraine, Thailand agree to cooperate in criminal cases investigation

Also, the countries have signed a trade agreement

17:57, 5 June 2017

Klimkin Twitter

Ukraine and Thailand agreed on legal cooperation in investigation of criminal cases. This was announced by Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin in Twitter. The Foreign Minister is currently on a working visit in Indochina.

“We have signed a trade agreement and between Ukraine and Thailand and agreed on legal aid in investigation of criminal cases,” Klimkin wrote.

There are also many other ideas for cooperation and many things we could do together, the Minister noted.

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Earlier it was reported that a visa-free agreement between EU and Ukraine signed in Strasbourg. Antonio Tajani, the President of the European Parliament, Carmelo Abela, the Minister for Home Affairs and National Security of chairing Malta, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Mariya Gabriel, the European Parliament rapporteur on this occasion, took part in the signing ceremony.

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