Klimkin discusses in Netherlands formation of international coalition to support Ukraine's independence, integrity
During his working visit to the Netherlands, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin took part in the international conference on cyberspace 2015, and met with the foreign ministers of a number of EU countries.
On the first day of his visit, Klimkin held a series of bilateral talks with his counterparts from Canada - Rob Nicholson, the Netherlands - Bert Koenders, Estonia - Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, Serbia - Ivica Dacic, Switzerland - Didier Burkhalter, Slovakia - Miroslav Lajcak and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's press service has reported.
"At these meetings, the participants discussed the situation in Ukraine, the importance of implementing the Minsk agreements, and the establishment of an international coalition to support the independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine," the press service said.
In his speech at the conference, Klimkin stressed the need to unite international efforts to fight cyber threats and propaganda.
In addition, Klimkin visited the House of Representatives of the parliament of the Netherlands, where he met with members of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the parliament's lower house, as well as the Senate, where he spoke with chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defense and Development Frank Van Kappen, and other members of the committee.
Klimkin also took part in the meeting dubbed 'Grieving Nations', which was dedicated to the flight MH17 tragedy, the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 which crashed in Donbas last year.