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Kuleba, FMs to discuss situation in Crimea, upcoming steps within Crimea Platform
KYIV. Nov 25 (Interfax-Ukraine) – On December 2 and 3, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba will take part in a meeting of the OSCE Council of Foreign Ministers in Stockholm, where he will also hold a separate event with other heads of diplomacy on the situation in Crimea and forthcoming steps within the Crimea Platform.
"In Stockholm, I will hold a separate event with other heads of diplomacy on the situation in Crimea and the upcoming steps within Crimea Platform, entitled ‘Crimea Platform: Moving Forward.’ We are planning, quietly, calmly consolidating the success of the Crimea Platform and actively transforming it into a permanent format," Kuleba said at an online briefing on Thursday.
Kuleba said that during the meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Stockholm, some 57 OSCE participating states will sum up the results of their activities in 2021 and discuss further interaction.
"We will use this meeting to convey truthful information about the security threats posed by armed aggression, as well as about massive violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the temporarily Russian-occupied territories of Ukraine. We will further consolidate pressure on Russia to force it to end its aggression and restore respect for the principles and commitments of the OSCE," he said.
Also in Stockholm, Kuleba will hold a number of bilateral meetings and take part in a side event in Ukraine on the freedom of movement of civilians across the contact line.