"The foreign ministers of Ukraine and Turkey will hold the eighth meeting of the Ukrainian-Turkish Joint Strategic Planning Group, where they will sum up the results of cooperation in the first half of 2020 and determine priorities and tasks by the end of the year," the Foreign Ministry’s press service reports.
The ministers will also discuss a wide range of issues of bilateral cooperation and regional security.
Special attention will be paid to the process of militarization of Crimea, human rights violation by the Russian occupation authorities on the peninsula, the dynamics of security situation in the Azov-Black Sea region and the Middle East, opposition to Russian aggression in Donbas, and initiatives for a peaceful settlement in eastern Ukraine.
The foreign ministers will give particular attention to the development of trade and investment between Ukraine and Turkey, deepening cooperation in the energy sector, interaction in security and defense, the prospects for completing the negotiation process on concluding a Free Trade Agreement, and issues of cooperation within the UN, NATO, OSCE, and the Council of Europe.
The parties will also discuss preparations for the ninth meeting of the High-level Strategic Council, chaired by the presidents of Ukraine and Turkey.
Following the meeting, a joint press conference of the foreign ministers of Ukraine and Turkey will be held.
Kuleba will hold a separate meeting with Ukrainian entrepreneurs and representatives of big Turkish business who are ready to implement large-scale investment projects in Ukraine. The minister will also meet with Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar communities of the Republic of Turkey.
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