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U.S. Under State Secretary David Hale to visit Ukraine

The politician will discuss elections and fighting corruption with officials in Kyiv
12:41, 5 March 2019

David Hale, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
U.S. Embassy in Ukraine

U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale will meet the senior Ukrainian officials in Kyiv on March 5-7, as the U.S. Embassy to Ukraine reported.

“In Kyiv March 5-7, the Under Secretary will meet with senior Ukrainian officials and political leaders to reaffirm U.S. support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and condemn Russia’s continued aggression in Ukraine, including the November 25 Kerch attack. He will also discuss upcoming elections, anticorruption, and human rights issues with government officials and civil society leaders and will lay flowers at the Memorial to the Heavenly Hundred to honor those who gave their lives for freedom during the Revolution of Dignity,” the message said.

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On March 4, Hale visited London. Syria, North Korea, Iran, Venezuela and Russia were the top issues of the meetings.

David Hale will discuss the bilateral relation and return to the dialogue in Kosovo on March 8. Besides, he will talk about Russia and China’s influence on Western Balkans.

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On March 9, Hale will meet the officials of Kosovo in Pristina to emphasize the historical possibility to reach the comprehensive normalization of the situation with Serbia and seek ways to settle the conflict.

As we reported the technical mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will visit Ukraine on March 5-13.

 

 

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