• 18/04/2024 16:26

Ukraine held the next round of negotiations with the Netherlands on security guarantees

The Ukrainian delegation held the fourth round of negotiations with the Netherlands in Kiev in a bilateral manner Their security guarantees.

RBC-Ukraine reports this to the Office of the President of Ukraine.

The Ukrainian negotiating group was handed over by the defense minister to the Office of the President Igor Zhovkva.

Vin agreed with the Dutch side for praise EC 1 A very important decision about the creation of a new financial instrument for Ukraine, Ukraine Facility, worth up to 50 billion euros for 2024-2027.

Photo: Negotiations (president. gov.ua)

“Continuous support and gelling of the EU are critically important for our economic and financial stability, as well as the military assistance and sanctions pressure on the aggressor. The end is approaching I will overcome our strength,” – having voiced Zhovkva.

The finalization of the land is in progress

The parties thoroughly discussed the further development of the project of a safe-haven land and agreed on the position of several elements of the document.

Participants highlighted the progress achieved. or a schedule of further actions prior to finalization of the bilateral agreement.

Security guarantees for Ukraine

It seems likely that at the end of the last century, the G7 countries approved a declaration that commits to providing Ukraine with security guarantees. Before it, over 30 countries had already been added.

The lower powers began negotiations with Ukraine about security guarantees on a bilateral basis. And on the 12th, Great Britain became the first country to sign a similar agreement with Ukraine.

Also, representatives of Ukraine and Canada held the next round of negotiations on the arrangement of bilateral agreements to avoid disputes between the powers .

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