OSCE to continue supporting Ukraine on its path to restoration – Osmani
OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia Bujar Osmani, who is paying a visit to Kyiv on Monday, has said the OSCE will continue to support Ukraine on its path to restoration.
He said, at a joint press conference with Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba, that the OSCE will continue to help Ukraine to implement projects aimed at satisfying the specific needs within the framework of an important donor-funded Ukraine support program launched last November. These projects will help address the consequences of the war, as well as support Ukraine's long-term reform efforts and the needs of its people, Osmani said, emphasizing that the OSCE will continue to support Ukraine on its path to recovery.
According to the OSCE head, Ukraine is and will remain a priority during North Macedonia's OSCE Chairmanship.
He also emphasized that a just and long-lasting peace is a must.
The OSCE will not back down until it is established, so that the people of Ukraine can live and prosper independently, free from the fear of war and uncertainty, Osmani said.