28 Mar 2024 12:43

Ukrainian FM going to India on visit

MOSCOW. March 28 (Interfax) - Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba has declared the strengthening of Ukrainian-Indian relations as the primary goal of his first visit to India due this week.

"That would be my first visit to that country and the first visit of the Ukrainian foreign minister to India over the past seven years. The goal is to strengthen Ukrainian-Indian relations," Kuleba said at a virtual briefing with foreign media in Warsaw, as reported by Ukrainian media.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky spoke with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi a week ago, and bilateral cooperation, trade and other issues were addressed, Kuleba said.

"My visit will help implement the agreements and continue the development of our relations. We are sure that both countries will benefit from close cooperation," he said.

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's press service said that Kuleba would visit India on March 28-29.