On Monday, March 2, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk met with
Minister for Foreign Affairs of Denmark Martin Lidegaard
and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Poland Grzegorz Schetyna, who are staying on a working visit to Ukraine.
The Prime Minister discussed with the representatives of Poland and
Denmark the progress of implementation of reforms, as well as the process of preparation
for a major new cooperation program with the International Monetary Fund.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk emphasized the need for a strong and common position of
the European Union to counter the aggressive policy of Russia, which poses a
threat to the security of the entire Europe.
Political, financial and military support of Ukraine are viewed as the
key factors that in line with international sanctions can stop Russian
aggression against Ukraine, stressed the Prime Minister.