Prime Minister of Ukraine arrived in Slovakia to participate in intergovernmental consultations

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal arrived in Slovakia for intergovernmental consultations.

“We begin intergovernmental consultations with the Government of Slovakia. The high level of representation on both sides will allow the ministers of our countries to establish contacts and pragmatically talk about the general interests, economics, development, restoration of Ukraine, about participation in logistics projects and European funds,” wrote it Shmygal in telegram.

He expressed confidence that these consultations will give impetus for interregional cooperation for the implementation of projects between cities and communities of Ukraine and Slovakia.

Shmygal called the support of the European integration aspirations of Ukraine and the world of the world of President Vladimir Zelensky critically important, noting that attention will focus on these issues.

“During the discovery of the dialogue, he focused on the constant air attacks of Russia. In particular, today the enemy again dealt a combined blow to energy and civilian infrastructure. We appreciate the energy and humanitarian aid provided by Slovakia,” he emphasized.

The head of the Ukrainian government thanked the Prime Minister of Slovakia Robert Fitzia and the Slovak government for organizing these consultations and support in many areas.

“We are counting on the further development of our pragmatic cooperation,” he added.