Poroshenko has accepted the credentials from ambassadors of several countries

Порошенко принял верительные грамоты от послов ряда стран

The Ukrainian President received letters of credence from the Ambassador of the Netherlands, Lebanon, Sudan.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has accepted the credentials from the Ambassador of the Netherlands Edward Huxa, Lebanese Ambassador Ali Daher Ambassador of Sudan Mohammed EISA Ismail Dahab. On Wednesday, January 10, the press service of the President of Ukraine.

It is noted that during Poroshenko’s meeting with the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Eduard Hukam was marked by positive tendencies in trading-economic and investment spheres, as well as “it is stated that the implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU are already yielding positive results for Dutch business.”

In addition, the Ambassador of the Netherlands welcomed the reform efforts of Poroshenko and informed about the support programs for the training of Ukrainian judges, in particular, in Odessa and Lviv.

The two sides also discussed cooperation in bringing to justice the perpetrators of the crash of flight MH17 over the Donbas in the summer of 2014.

During the conversation with the Ambassador of the Lebanese Republic, Poroshenko discussed the issues of intensifying the political dialogue and the prospects for the development of interaction in trade-economic sphere. The President of Ukraine stressed the importance of holding this year in Kiev the next meeting of the intergovernmental Ukrainian-Lebanese Commission on trade-economic cooperation and Ukrainian-Lebanese business forum.

Poroshenko stressed that Lebanon is an important trading partner of Ukraine in the middle East, separately noting an increase of 25% of Ukrainian exports to this country over the last year.

During the conversation with the Ambassador of the Republic of Sudan was marked by the willingness of political consultations between the foreign ministries of the two countries to strengthen bilateral cooperation in trade-economic sphere.

Recall, Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region after he was allegedly shot down by a missile “earth-air”. All 298 people on Board were killed.