This issue was discussed during a ceremony when President Poroshenko received credentials from the ambassadors of Indonesia, Vietnam, Australia, and Spain, the president’s press service reported on Tuesday evening.
“During the conversation with Ambassador of Spain Silvia Cortes Martin, the interlocutors confirmed mutual unwavering support of territorial integrity of Ukraine and Spain, particularly in the context of recent events in Catalonia. President Poroshenko expressed hope that Spain will support the extension of sanctions against Russia because of its aggression against Ukraine. In her turn, the Ambassador of Spain thanked for special support of the territorial integrity of the Kingdom,” reads a report.
Also, President Petro Poroshenko and Ambassador Silvia Cortes Martin noted significant potential for deepening the cooperation between Ukraine and Spain in the trade, economic and investment spheres and agreed to maintain regular contacts at the highest level, including through exchanges of visits at the highest level.
In addition, President Poroshenko thanked Spain and Australia for co-authorship in the renewed draft resolution “Situation of human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (Ukraine)” submitted by Ukraine for consideration by the 72 UN General Assembly.
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