Ukraine to open consulate general in Wroclaw next year, - Zelensky

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the Ukrainian leader, Ukraine seeks to provide its citizens with proper consular care
18:14, 12 October 2020

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced that Ukraine would open a new consulate general in Poland. Its opening is scheduled for 2021. Zelensky said this during a briefing following a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda.

"Ukraine seeks to provide its citizens with proper consular care, in particular Ukrainian citizens who are in the Republic of Poland. Therefore, I decided to open a new consulate general in Wroclaw, and I expect it to be open next year," he stated.

As we reported earlier, Zelensky claimed that Ukraine had been showing interest in joining the Three Seas Initiative

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"We discussed the Three Seas Initiative, and the key interest of Ukraine, which is to join this initiative that is crucial to us. I hope for the support of Mr. Duda, as one of the initiators of this such crucial platform for the dialogue," the Ukrainian leader said.

The Three Seas Initiative is an unofficial cooperation platform for 12 countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Its first priority is to form the infrastructural and economic unity on the North-South Axis.

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