Ukrainian, Albanian foreign ministers convinced of importance of common path to EU

Ukrainian, Albanian foreign ministers convinced of importance of common path to EU

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba and his Albanian counterpart Olta Xhaçka are convinced of the importance of the two countries' common path to the EU and the need to isolate Russia until it ends its aggression against Ukraine.

According to Ukrinform, Kuleba reported this on Twitter.

"Albanian Foreign Minister Olta Xhaçka and I are convinced: Russia must be further isolated until it ends its aggression. Grateful for Albania's efforts within UNSC to seek peace for Ukraine. We also agree that Ukraine's and Albania's EU integration paths complement each other," Kuleba wrote.

Earlier on May 14, Kuleba met in Berlin with Foreign Ministers Bujar Osmani of North Macedonia and Ranko Krivokapic of Montenegro.

On May 13, Kuleba took part in the G7 ministerial meeting, held in the German city of Lubeck.

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