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The Ukrainian foreign affairs minister: We have established to set up a work group on energy issues

The Ukrainian foreign affairs minister Dmytro Kuleba stated on Tuesday in a press conference held together with his Romanian counterpart Bogdan Aurescu that there was established the setting up of a work group on energy issues, showing that there are ‘ambitious’ projects in the domain.


It will be an essential mistake if we don’t put to value the potential we have, especially in the domain of energy and infrastructure. That is why we discussed to open the border point Orlovka- Isaccea, for ferry passing, to solve administrative matters. Similarly, we have talked about ambitious issues in the domain of energy, especially those connected to electro-energy, electricity, gas. We have established to set up a work group on energy issues and we expecting that our colleagues in the ministries of energy in Ukraine and Romania together with the private companies

start discussions on the issue’ said Dmytro Kuleva, according to the official translation.

He thanked Romania for the support for territorial integrity and sovereignity, mentioning the importance of security at the Black Sea. ‘ I am grateful to Romania for the support on territorial integrity and sovereignity of Ukraine and condemnation of Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine – both in eastern Ukraine and in the occupied Krimea. The issue of security, security at the Black Sea will always be an important matter on our agenda. Today we have offered special attention to the economic domain, commercial, cooperation in this domain between our countries. I am convinced that we have all possibilities to create and make ambitious projects which will make Romania stronger, and Ukraine and the whole region’ the official said.

Dmytro Kuleva added that this is the first visit of an Ukrainian foreign affairs minister after 2017, and said that ‘never in history’ , the two countries should not allow gaps in their bilateral relations.