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Ukrainian Foreign Minister in Bucharest: We will never forget Romania’s help. Aurescu: Romania is ready to be part of the reconstruction effort

On a visit to Bucharest on Friday, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba gave Romanian authorities an extensive presentation on the military situation on the ground and thanked the Government of Bucharest and the Romanian citizens for all the support and solidarity shown since the outbreak of the war.

Dmytro Kuleba  met  his  counterpart, Bogdan Aurescu who  stated that Romania strongly supports Ukraine’s European prospects and is ready to be part of the reconstruction effort. “We will never forget Romania’s help” said Kuleba when asked about bilateral relations after the war, given that there are still issues between the two countries that must be resolved, such as education in Romanian for the ethnic Romanians in Ukraine.

Dmytro Kuleba also met with the Romanian Defense Minister Vasile Dincu, who reiterated Romania’s solidarity with the Ukrainian people and its unconditional support for the country’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Romanian Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca and the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba analysed the security situation in the region following the Russian military aggression. According Radio Romania, the Prime Minister highlighted the efforts made by authorities, together with civil society, volunteers and international humanitarian organisations to support the more than 800,000 Ukrainian refugees who have entered Romania since the outbreak of the war.

 

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