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Poroshenko receives credentials from ambassadors of three countries

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has received credentials from the ambassadors of India, Hungary and the Islamic Republic of Iran

Jan 24

13:39
2019

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has received credentials from the ambassadors of India, Hungary and the Islamic Republic of Iran, the president’s press service reported on Thursday evening.

“The President of Ukraine received credentials from the ambassadors of a number of foreign states: Ambassador of India - P. Satpathy, Ambassador of Hungary I. Íjgyártó and Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Ukraine M. Moradi,” reads the report.

During the conversation with Ambassador of India P. Satpathy, the parties discussed the intensification of the political dialogue at the highest level. Special attention was paid to the state and prospects of development of trade, economic, investment and military-technical cooperation.

The importance of holding the next meeting of the Intergovernmental Ukrainian-Indian Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific, Technical, Industrial and Cultural Cooperation was considered.

The parties also discussed the cooperation in the field of education.

During the conversation with Ambassador of Hungary I. Íjgyártó, the parties discussed possible steps to resolve sensitive issues in Ukrainian-Hungarian relations.

Special attention was paid to the issue of strengthening the sanction policy of the EU regarding the act of Russian aggression against Ukraine in the Kerch Strait, as well as the interaction between Ukraine and Hungary within the UN.

During the conversation with Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Ukraine M. Moradi, the parties discussed the cooperation within the UN and other international organizations. Special attention was paid to the security situation in the Middle East.