"Today, a constituent meeting was held to create a working group for the proper preparation of President's visit to the United States. And on the agenda we discussed a number of agreements to be signed during this visit. And some of these agreements concern, in fact, the security bloc," Sybiha said.
Such a deal is planned to be signed in July. "And documents on the security bloc and military-technical cooperation are on the agenda."
However, he refused to clarify the expected content of the agreements, explaining that negotiations are ongoing.
Meanwhile, the United States of America plans to pass some new decisions regarding Nord Stream 2, the Russian gas pipeline. Ned Price, the spokesman of U.S. Department of the State said so at a briefing.
"We will keep on taking actions regarding individuals and companies that participate in actions befalling the sanctions in order to demonstrate our disagreement with this project that remains," the spokesman said.