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United States will continue to support Ukraine, - Mike Pence

Ukrainian leader and U.S. Vice President met after the ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II
19:37, 1 September 2019
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The U.S. will continue to support Ukraine in matters of security and territorial integrity. This was stated by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during a meeting with Ukrainian President Zelensky in Poland. The broadcast was conducted by FoxNews.

“The relations between the USA and Ukraine are extremely strong. We always support and stand side by side with the people of Ukraine. It started back in 2014, since then we have very strongly supported the territorial integrity of Ukraine and its people. We will continue to support Ukraine in particular on security and territorial integrity, including Crimea issue," said Pence.

The U.S. vice president also said that he was looking forward to discussing Zelensky’s questions regarding progress in implementing the Minsk agreements.
 
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"We also expect an opportunity to discuss security issues. In addition, I would like to hear more about the progress that has been made in your country on the implementation of reforms... I look forward to discussing energy issues - how this issue is developing in Ukraine," Pence added.

For his part, Zelensky thanked Pence for the fact that "the U.S. has been always defending the rights of Ukraine and did not change its position regarding the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine."

Earlier it was reported that U.S. President Donald Trump was supposed to come to the ceremony, but subsequently, he canceled the visit due to the intensification of hurricane Dorian.

It was expected that Zelensky and Trump could meet at the ceremony.
 
 
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