Ukraine's Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman said that he had discussed with the Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau the settlement of the situation in Donbass and further cooperation.
Earlier, the press service of the Ukrainian Cabinet reported that Groisman would pay a visit to Canada, where he would hold talks with the leadership of the state.
"The central event of the visit is a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The intense agenda of the talks includes a political dialogue within the framework of the settlement of the situation in Donbass, the agenda of Canada's chairmanship in the G7, the introduction of a visa-free regime for Ukrainian citizens, as well as expanding the range of action of the free trade agreement," Groisman wrote on his Facebook page on Wednesday.
He also said that issues of support by the Canadian Government of Ukrainian projects of decentralization, civil service and law enforcement reform, and fighting corruption have been discussed.
"We hope that our proposal to Canada to join mutual projects in the aerospace, energy, IT, agro-complex will be no less effective. Innovative technologies multiplied by our capabilities and the desire to attract best practices to Ukraine will play in plus for Canada and Ukraine. I am glad that Prime Minister Trudeau shares my position," Groisman added.
DONi News Agency