Both sides discussed these issues at a meeting in Kyiv on October 20, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's press service reported.
"During the meeting, Emine Dzheppar informed the ambassador about relevant issues for Ukraine within international organizations, the initiatives of the Ukrainian side in the regional and European dimensions, as well as the measures to be taken by our country on international platforms and with the involvement of foreign partners, with a view to keeping the issue of Russian aggression against Ukraine in the focus of the international community," the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said.
Dzheppar also raised the issue of creating the Crimean Platform, noting that its key task is to further consolidate and coordinate the efforts of the policy of non-recognition and de-occupation of Crimea.
In addition, the sides discussed the ways of cooperation within international organizations, including OSCE and UNESCO, noting the understanding of common interests and the importance of a constructive approach in addressing priority issues for each state.
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