Ukraine’s Foreign Minister to discuss Donbas, release of Ukrainian POWs, Azov Crisis in Davos

Source : 112 Ukraine

Pavlo Klimkin stated that holding of a few closed sessions is planned, despite the open meetings
22:08, 18 January 2019


Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin intends to discuss Russian aggression in Kerch Strait, Donbas issue and release of the Ukrainian prisoners during the World Economic Forum in Davos as 112 Ukraine reported.

“My priorities will be Azov and Kerch Strait, Donbas and release of our political prisoners and hostages. I want to show those, who will be present there that today Russia violates everything that was possible and will only raise the stakes,” Klimkin said.

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He also added that the closed sessions with frank discussions will take place, despite a few open meetings during the forum in Davos.

As we the 48th World Economic Forum opened in Davos with the topic ‘Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World’ took place in 2018. Davos was to accept 2,500 guests from more than 100 countries of the world: representatives from business, political leaders, heads of the international organization, journalists and representatives of the civil society.

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In 2019, the forum will take place on January 22-25. The main topic of the upcoming meeting is the globalization and interaction during the fourth industrial revolution.

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