The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may talked about poisoning in Salisbury, reforms in Ukraine and condemned Russian aggression in Donbas and Crimea.
About it reports a press-service of the President of Ukraine.
During the conversation Poroshenko expressed solidarity with the British people and government in connection with the poisoning of Sergey Violinist in Salisbury, and noted Ukraine’s readiness to assist in the investigation if necessary.
Theresa may thanked Ukraine for solidarity with the Kingdom and once again condemned the Russian aggression in Donbas and Crimea.
The President has thanked the British side for the continued support for the territorial integrity of Ukraine and non-recognition of the results of the recent illegal elections in the occupied Crimea.
There was also a discussion of strengthening sanctions in response to Russia’s aggressive actions.
The sides discussed issues of strengthening bilateral cooperation in the sphere of security and defense.
President Poroshenko thanked for the support of Ukrainian reforms.
In this context, they also spoke about the preparation of the second International conference on reforms in Ukraine in Copenhagen, which will take place in June.
The President has invited Prime Minister Theresa may to visit Ukraine with official visit.