Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba noted that he would use the meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Stockholm to convey information "on threat of Russia's aggression to the security," and to promote the Crimean platform. Foreign Minister announced this at a briefing.
Kuleba said that on December 2-3, the Ukrainian delegation headed by him will take part in a meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Stockholm, where 57 OSCE participating States will summarize the activities in 2021 and discuss further cooperation.
"We will use this meeting to provide truthful information about the security threats posed by armed aggression, as well as the mass violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the Russian-occupied territories of Ukraine. We will continue to consolidate pressure on Russia to force it to cease aggression and to restore respect for OSCE principles and commitments, "he said.
The minister added that he would hold a separate event in Stockholm with other foreign ministers on the situation in Crimea and future steps within the Crimean Platform, entitled "Crimean Platform: Moving Forward."
"We are systematically consolidating the success of the Crimean Platform and are actively transforming it into a permanent format," he said.
Dmytro Kuleba will also hold a series of bilateral meetings in Stockholm and take part in a parallel event regarding Ukraine, in particular, to the freedom of movement for civilians across the line of contact in Donbas.
Earlier, Kuleba said that the main topic he would raise at the meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Riga would be Russia's build-up of forces on Ukraine's border.