"We are working toward using the visit of the country’s president to New York including to discuss with the American side the results of our cooperation, especially those achieved since June when President Poroshenko visited the United States,” Chaly told RFE/RL.
“You have witnessed very good results both in terms of contacts, and the arrival of [U.S. Defense Secretary] Gen. Mattis in Ukraine to attend the [Independence Day]parade and to negotiate, and cooperation in the energy sector ..., and many other things, including investment projects. So indeed, there are things to discuss,” said Chaly.
The ambassador added that on his part he would try to have these meetings held at the highest possible level.
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On September 19, a high-level week starts.
Petro Poroshenko intends to submit to the United Nations General Assembly the idea of deploying a peacekeeping mission to in Donbas.
Earlier, the Ukrainian president announced that during his U.S. visit he would hold talks with Pentagon officials.