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Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic to keep anti-Russian sanctions, - joint statement
21:31, 11 April 2017
Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic to keep anti-Russian sanctions, - joint statement

Eastern Partnership member countries support Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity

21:31, 11 April 2017

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Foreign Ministers of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary expressed decisive support for Ukraine, its sovereignty and territorial integrity, while this country opposes the ongoing Russian aggression. This was mentioned in the joint statement, delivered by the officials during their visit to Ukraine today, April 11.   

The statement says that the ministers are going to comply with the general politics of EU sanctions against Russia – until Ukraine’s territorial integrity is restored in its internationally recognized borders, which is also essential for all-European security.

‘The visit of foreign ministers of Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic to Ukraine is a proof that the European partners stand with Ukraine during its struggle against the Russian aggression; it also showed an extra high level of support to our state and let us exchange views on the actual issues of regional and international security,’ Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry said, commenting on the visit.

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