Ukraine starts talks with Denmark on concluding bilateral security agreement
The Ukrainian side has started detailed negotiations with Denmark on concluding bilateral security obligations in pursuance of the instructions of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak, according to the website of the head of state on Thursday.
"The Ukrainian delegation was chaired by the Deputy Head of the Presidential Office, Ihor Zhovkva. The Danish delegation was headed by Lisbet Zilmer-Johns, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs," the office said.
The talks were launched as part of the implementation of the G7 Joint Declaration of Support for Ukraine, which Denmark, together with the Nordics, was among the first countries to join. The parties discussed the main elements of the future bilateral security commitments and agreed on a schedule for further negotiations.
"Denmark's security commitments reaffirm the unwavering and powerful support, including military assistance, that Denmark has been providing to our country since the beginning of the Russian aggression," the office said in the statement.