On March 30, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Yevhen Perebyinis held a meeting with the delegation of the Political and Security Committee of the EU (PSC) headed by Delphine Pronk.
Yevhen Perebyinis thanked the EU side for the powerful military support of Ukraine, in particular for the EU plan to accelerate the supply of shells for our artillery. This strategic decision, worth 2 billion euros, involves both emergency supply and production of ammunition.
The deputy minister emphasized that efforts aimed at training Ukrainian servicemen within the framework of the EU Military Assistance Mission to Ukraine in 2023 are important. Personnel training is no less a priority task for Ukraine than obtaining modern weapons. The PSC plays a leading role in the approval of relevant political decisions at the level of the European Union. Yevhen Perebyinis expressed confidence in the continuation of active cooperation between Ukraine and the EU in the context of countering Russian aggression.
The parties discussed the need for further uninterrupted provision of security assistance to Ukraine, the need to increase sanctions pressure on the Russian Federation, the prospects of bringing Russian war criminals to justice, and the EU's participation in the implementation of the Peace Formula of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.