Zelensky receives credentials from ambassadors of Serbia, Cuba, Kazakhstan
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has received credentials from Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia Aca Jovanovic, Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba Natacha Díaz Aguilera, and Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan Darkhan Kaletaev.
During a meeting with Ambassador Jovanovic, Zelensky reaffirmed Ukraine's clear position as regards the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Serbia, and praised the consistent support by the Republic of Serbia for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, the presidential press service said on Wednesday.
To develop bilateral trade and economic cooperation, the parties agreed to intensify negotiations on the conclusion of the Free Trade Agreement and the resumption of work of the Intergovernmental Ukrainian-Serbian Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation. They also discussed further steps to strengthen interpersonal contacts between the two countries.
At a meeting with Ambassador of Cuba to Ukraine Natacha Díaz Aguilera, the parties discussed prospects for cooperation between the two countries, joint actions to resume political dialogue between Ukraine and Cuba, as well as interaction within the international organizations. Zelensky stressed the importance of further enhancing bilateral trade and economic cooperation, primarily in the spheres of aviation, pharmacology, medicine, as well as agriculture.
During a meeting with the newly-appointed Ambassador of Kazakhstan, the Ukrainian president congratulated Kaletaev on the beginning of diplomatic work in Ukraine. Zelensky stressed that the fight against the coronavirus pandemic should not interfere with the process of intensifying mutually beneficial relations with Kazakhstan. It is Ukraine's important and time proven partner in Central Asia.
The president praised the organizational work carried out with Kazakhstan, which helped deliver medical supplies from China to Ukraine as soon as possible.