The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of Ukraine has completed the drafting of a foreign policy strategy toward Asian countries.
"The Asia strategy has been completed. It has been developed, and de facto it is already being implemented. It is not easy to work in this region, but there are a lot of positive shifts. We are moving forward. The only reason why you haven't yet seen the approved public document on this matter, and de facto the strategy has not become such de jure, lies purely in the bureaucratic plane," Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said during an online briefing on Thursday, an UNIAN correspondent reports.
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