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Ukraine and the US relaunched the Strategic Partnership Commission in Washington

Ukraine and the US relaunched the Strategic Partnership Commission in Washington

The meeting of the Strategic Partnership Commission between Ukraine and the United States of America was held in the US capital for the first time in three years.

iDemocracy informs so with the reference to the US Department of State. Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba and Secretary of State Antony Blinken took part in the new meeting of the Commission.

«The purpose of this meeting is not only to maintain our strong relationship, but to deepen it, and expand to new areas of cooperation, so that we advance our shared interests and meet our shared challenges»,

– noted Antony Blinken.

The main event within the Strategic Partnership Commission was signing the updated US-Ukraine Charter on Strategic Partnership..

«Today, it will not be an exaggeration to say that we opened a new page in our bilateral relations. The document now reflects the new level of cooperation that we enjoy and allows Ukraine and the United States together to counter shared challenges in a more efficient way»,
– Dmytro Kuleba stated.

The Charter on Strategic Partnership encompasses the whole range of relations between Ukraine and the US – from security where the parties have agreed to strengthen security cooperation in the Black Sea region, and in Europe, to economy, particularly in making investments to support initiatives on privatization in Ukraine. Other spheres of cooperation include cyber security, countering hybrid threats, tackling the spread of disinformation as well as respecting the freedom of expression, and strengthening infrastructure of cyber and energy security.

Expert of iiDemocracy expert Andrey Vigirinsky has previously written that the United States continues to support reforms in Ukraine under the Biden administration.

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