In Kyiv, they discussed preparation of bilateral security agreement between Ukraine and Italy

The head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andrei Ermak discussed with the Italian Ambassador to Ukraine Pierre Francesco Dzazzo preparation of a bilateral security agreement with Italy as part of a joint declaration of G7 on the support of Ukraine.

This was reported by the press service of the office of the President of Ukraine on Thursday, February 22.

“Safety documents with Great Britain, Germany and France have already been signed. There is good dynamics and Italy. Given the current chairmanship of the Italian Republic in the G7, a bilateral safe agreement with Italy for Ukraine is extremely important,” the press service quotes the words of Yermak.

The head of the president’s office thanked Italy for supporting the world summit.

The parties also discussed preparations for the G7 summit.