Poroshenko: Ukraine, U.S. agree on resumption of strategic partnership commission's work
Ukraine and the United States have agreed on the resumption of the work of the Commission for Strategic Partnership.
"It is very important that we've agreed on the restoration of the functioning of the Commission for Strategic Partnership," Poroshenko told journalists in Davos, Switzerland, after a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
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"It hasn't held any meetings for a long time. The meeting will take place in March. Several groups will be formed to discuss future reforms. We urgently need that," he added.
Ukraine could invite respective experts as part of the commission who will provide expert assistance.