Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Ihor Zhovkva held a working meeting with Security Policy Adviser to the President of the Republic of Estonia Liis Mure.
Ihor Zhovkva informed the interlocutor in detail about the current security situation in Donbas. He noted the importance of a coordinated response by the international community to another escalation around Ukraine's borders, and stressed the need for Ukraine's NATO and EU partners to agree on necessary measures in response to the potential escalation of the security situation.
Liis Mure stressed the continued support of Estonia for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of our state.
The interlocutors discussed in detail the cooperation of the countries in the context of the implementation of Ukraine's strategic course towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration.
Particular attention was paid to the preparations for the Eastern Partnership Summit to be held in Brussels on December 15. Ihor Zhovkva praised Estonia's accession to the EU member states, which signed a bilateral statement with Ukraine in support of its European perspective.
"The work is underway. We intend to form a wide range of EU states that support our European integration course," said Ihor Zhovkva.
The Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine informed Liis Mure about the priority tasks in the context of Ukraine's implementation of the Euro-Atlantic integration strategy. The parties agreed on the priorities of further bilateral cooperation in the context of NATO.
The interlocutors also commended the cooperation between Ukraine and Estonia in the framework of international platforms, especially given the non-permanent membership of the Republic of Estonia in the UN Security Council this year.