Poroshenko, delegations' heads of GUAM summit discuss establishment of Eastern Partnership Center to combat cybercrime
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has met with the heads of delegations of the member states of the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development - GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova), during which the parties discussed the coordination of cooperation in combating terrorism and cybercrime.
Poroshenko hosted Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Moldova Pavel Filip and Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan Ismet Dursun oglu Abasov, presidential press-service said on Monday.
The Ukrainian president highly appreciated the results of the summit of the heads of government of the GUAM member states in Kyiv," which are of great importance for launching the GUAM free trade zone."
According to the press service of the president of Ukraine, during the meeting it was noted the need to strengthen cooperation with international partners as a prerequisite for the activation of the economic dimension within GUAM.
"The sides discussed issues of strengthening cooperation in the security sphere both in the format of GUAM and the Eastern Partnership, in particular, the creation of a Regional Center for the Eastern Partnership to combat cybercrime, and coordination of cooperation in combating terrorism," a message says.
The participants of the meeting reaffirmed the solidarity support for the sovereignty, territorial integrity and inviolability of the internationally recognized borders of the GUAM member states.