Next year, Dublin plans to open the Embassy of Ireland in Ukraine. This will create additional opportunities for the development of bilateral relations.
About this Censor.NET reports with reference to the press center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
On the eve of December 5, Prime Minister Vadim Pristayko met with Irish Foreign and Trade Minister Simon Coveny.
"The Ukrainian minister welcomed the intention of the Irish side to open the Embassy of Ireland in Ukraine in 2020. The interlocutors agreed that the founding of the Irish diplomatic mission will open a new page in bilateral relations, creating additional opportunities for their ongoing development in many directions," it was informed.
The Foreign Ministry added that the parties agreed on steps to further expand trade and economic ties, based on the successful experience of the Irish companies in Ukraine, in particular the international airline "Ryanair".
Vadim Priestayko also thanked his Irish colleague for the consistent support by Dublin of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.