Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and France, Pavlo Klimkin and Jean-Yves Le Drian, will discuss in Kyiv coordination of joint efforts within the Normandy Four.
The Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs of France will be on a working visit to Ukraine on March 22-23, according to the Ukrainian foreign ministry's website.
Ukrainian and French ministers will meet March 23.
Read alsoThird party activity aimed at promoting Kremlin's "agenda" must be discouraged - Klimkin"The agenda of talks will include bilateral cooperation between the two countries, coordination of further efforts by Ukraine and France, including within the Normandy format, aimed at putting an end to Russian aggression against Ukraine and to de-occupying Crimea and Donbas," the report says.
"The parties will also discuss the need to continue their work on the release of hostages and political prisoners illegally held by the Kremlin and the Russian occupation administration in Crimea and Donbas," the ministry said.