President Zelensky received credentials from ambassadors of Sweden, Switzerland, Georgia, Mexico and the EU

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky received credentials from ambassadors of the Kingdom of Sweden, the Swiss Confederation, Georgia, the United Mexican States and the European Union, the press service of the head of state reported.

The President congratulated Tobias Tiberg on the beginning of his mission to Ukraine as Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden and thanked for supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial. He also noted the importance of maintaining the positive dynamics achieved in bilateral trade.

During the conversation with Ambassador of Switzerland to Ukraine Claude Wild, the head of state noted the priority of developing bilateral cooperation in trade, economic and investment spheres.

“The Head of State thanked Switzerland for the support and assistance provided to Ukraine, positively noting the readiness of the Swiss side to host the International Conference on Reforms in Ukraine in 2021,” the statement said.

Zelensky also renewed the invitation to the President of Switzerland to visit to Ukraine.

“The importance of continuing constructive cooperation within international organizations and coordinating joint efforts towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine and Georgia was emphasized. Special attention was paid to the preparation of high-level activities under Ukraine’s presidency of the GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development  in 2019,” the presidential press service said.

Zelensky and Mexican Ambassador Olga Beatriz García Guillén discussed the current state and prospects of bilateral cooperation between the countries.

The President also discussed with the new Ambassador of the European Union to Ukraine Matti Maasikas the prospects for European integration of Ukraine.

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