“Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko thanked Belgrade for supporting sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of Ukraine, and expressed hope that the Serbian side would support the introduction of a UN peacekeeping mission in the occupied Ukrainian territories, according to the presidential press service.
‘We highly appreciate the absolutely firm position of supporting sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of our state. Including Crimea, which is Ukrainian. And the efforts we are making in joint coordination so that Ukrainian sovereignty is restored over all territories occupied by Russia and that peace comes to the land of Ukraine,’ Petro Poroshenko said during a joint press statement with the Serbian president following bilateral talks held within the framework of Poroshenko’s visit to Serbia.” (UNIAN)
“Foreign ministers of Ukraine and Serbia, Pavlo Klimkin and Ivica Dacic respectively, signed an agreement on Tuesday abolishing visas for the Ukrainians travelling to Serbia whose citizens can visit this Eastern European country under the same regime.
Presidents Petro Poroshenko, the Ukrainian President, who is on an official visit to Belgrade, and his Serbia’s counterpart Aleksandar Vucic witnessed the signing.
Klimkin and Serbia’s Customs director Milos Tomic signed a protocol on cooperation on statistic data exchange.” (N1)