The governments of Ukraine and Romania will hold a joint meeting. According to preliminary information, it will take place in October.
This was stated by Romanian Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu, RBC-Ukraine reports citing Digi24.
The Romanian prime minister announced a "ministerial" visit to Ukraine. During the trip, a joint meeting with Ukrainian colleagues is planned.
"Next month, I will have a joint meeting with Ukraine, and I will go to Kyiv with several ministers to close as many areas of cooperation as possible that we have with Ukraine," he said.
Also, according to Ciolac, Ukraine promised to abandon the use of the term "Moldovan language." According to the prime minister, Romania and Ukraine are discussing the import of Ukrainian grain and other agricultural products.
"We are in an honest dialog with the Prime Minister of Ukraine, and we have found the best solutions so as not to affect farmers and so that Ukraine can transport its grain," Ciolacu added.-
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 28/09/2023