: Simplified visa regime between Ukraine and China could come soon

18:46 Apr. 27, 2016

Simplified visa regime between Ukraine and China could come soon

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin holds a talk with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. China, Beijing, April 27, 2016. (AP photo)

China's Foreign Affairs Minister stressed Beijing is willing to improve diplomatic ties with Kyiv

Ukraine and China are going to soften mutual visa regime. This was settled during the meeting between Ukraine's Foreign Affairs Minister Pavlo Klimkin and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, stated Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Wang Yi stressed China has a strong will to support Ukraine's sovereignty and integrity regardless of anyone's involvement.

Apart from visa liberalization, both ministers discussed the schedule of upcoming bilateral meetings, as well as the common infrastructural projects. China strongly supports Ukraine's participation in that country's development framework "One Belt, One Road".

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Both Kyiv and Beijing settled the U.N. Security Council urgently needs profound reforms, especially given the contemporary security issues.


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