Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba will pay a visit to the Kingdom of Denmark on January 26-27 at the invitation of his Danish counterpart Jeppe Kofod, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine reported on Tuesday.
“During the visit to Denmark, the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry is scheduled to meet with Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, members of the Danish Parliament, representatives of business and public organizations. An audience of Minister Kuleba with Queen Margrethe II of Denmark is also provided,” the message says.
It clarifies that against the background of aggressive actions of the Russian Federation, the main issue of negotiations with the Danish side will be the security situation around Ukraine and Denmark’s partner participation in a comprehensive package of containment of Russia, which includes active diplomacy, tough economic sanctions and in-depth defense cooperation with Ukraine.
“The Ukrainian and Danish sides will agree on a number of priority issues of bilateral cooperation, in particular, in the field of cybersecurity, the development of the Ukrainian fleet, the implementation of joint projects in the fields of energy, agriculture, the transition to green energy and energy efficiency,” the Foreign Ministry stressed.
They add that attention will also be paid to issues of interaction within international organizations and priority areas of the Crimea Platform.