On the 10th July First Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Emine Dzhaparova met with Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic to Ukraine Vasileios Bornovas.
The interlocutors discussed the situation with overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic. The Greek Ambassador expressed hope that effective measures in both countries would permit to eliminate existing quarantine barriers and to restore people-to-people exchanges and scheduled air services as Greece is interested in Ukrainian tourists. Both sides stated the importance of maintaining effective communication for comprehensive informing the citizens of Ukraine about the conditions of tourist trips to Greece.
Emine Dzhaparova thanked Greece for its clear and consistent position on supporting Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, in particular, noted the successful cooperation of the two countries on this issue within international organizations in the adoption of relevant resolutions and other documents.
The First Deputy Minister noted the importance of maintaining the international community's attention to the situation in Crimea, occupied by Russia. She also stressed that Russia's policy of militarization of the occupied Crimea poses a threat to both the Black Sea and the Mediterranean regions.
The interlocutors discussed the importance of drawing closer international attention to the issue of human rights and stated their readiness for more interaction in this sphere.