"The Deputy Prime Minister thanked her Lithuanian counterpart the support for Ukraine in receiving access to the vaccine and noted that Lithuania is one of Ukraine's closest allies," reads a report post on Facebook page of Deputy Prime Minister Olha Stefanishyna.
During the meeting, the parties also discussed the implementation of the Association Agreement and Ukraine’s gradual integration into the internal market of the European Union and Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic course and the importance of providing Ukraine with a NATO Membership Action Plan to strengthen security and stability in the region.
In addition, the officials considers the issues of Ukraine's role in maintaining security in the Black Sea region, application of a new EU sanctions mechanism for human rights violations and the possibility of imposing sanctions for appropriate actions in temporarily occupied Crimea.
Olha Stefanishyna thanked Lithuanian partners for supporting Ukraine's European and Euro-Atlantic movement.
As reported by Ukrinform, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis was on an official visit to Ukraine on February 23-24.
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