On Thursday, August 25, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman met with leaders of the Ukrainian World Congress (UWC). The parties discussed and agreed on the agenda of bilateral cooperation, as well as practical measures called to deepen interaction. The participants of the meeting arranged to update the Memorandum of cooperation between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Ukrainian World Congress and to sign it in late September.
The Prime Minister thanked representatives of the Ukrainian World Congress for the support for Ukraine and massive humanitarian assistance.
"Your role, the role of the Ukrainian World Congress, is vital. In the most difficult time you are always there trying to support and help, to consolidate the whole world around Ukraine", said the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister spoke in favor of intensifying practical collaboration. In particular, the Prime Minister supported the initiative to renew the existing Memorandum of cooperation between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the UWC.
"It is important to prolong our cooperation. I would like to make the next 25 years of our independence successful, but the blocks of this success are being built just now, and we will do it together", stressed Volodymyr Groysman.
The Prime Minister stressed that among the top priorities for the Government is development of the national economy. According to him, products of Ukrainian origin should enter new markets. In this context, Volodymyr Groysman invited the representatives of the Ukrainian World Congress to cooperate, in particular with trade missions of Ukraine abroad, whose work is being restored.
Among significant lines for consolidation of efforts are also culture issues, accentuated the Prime Minister. Volodymyr Groysman supports the creation and development of cultural centers of Ukraine. The interlocutors also discussed maintaining of Ukraine's image abroad and countering the spread of misinformation.
The participants noted the necessity to consolidate the action on the way towards European integration of Ukraine.