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Britain offers Ukraine help in stabilization of conflict, setting internal and external dialogue

The representatives of the country gave examples of successful implementation of the projects
08:51, 12 July 2019

Meeting of Sergiy Trofimov, Deputy Head of President’s Office, with Hema Kotecha, Head of governmental programs of Britain, and Helen Fezey, Deputy Ambassador of Britain
Presidential Administration press office

Britain offered Ukraine its help in solving the conflicts and establishing external and internal dialogues at the meeting of Sergiy Trofimov, Deputy Head of President’s Office, with Hema Kotecha, Head of governmental programs of Britain, and Helen Fezey, Deputy Ambassador of Britain, as the President’s Office reports.

Hema Kotecha and Helen Fezey offered Ukraine assistance in conducting intergovernmental dialogues at the political level and internal dialogues between the communities, and solving the conflicts at the regional level.

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Trofimov supported the idea of the British side and commented: “President’s priority is to make people’s life better. We are open. Share the experience which might be useful for Ukrainians and our relationships”.

The representatives of Britain gave examples of a successful implementation of 70 projects in priority directions for which London has allocated over 35 million pounds. It was noted that Britain intends to allocate 37 million pounds for the development of the humanitarian sectors and security of the country and citizens.

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