The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine spoke by phone with Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia David Zalkaliani.
Dmytro Kuleba briefed his Georgian counterpart about Russia's destabilizing activities, including Russia's aggravation of the security situation in the east of Ukraine and in Crimea.
The Minister drew special attention to Russia's unwillingness to reaffirm its commitment to the ceasefire, the accumulation of troops on the border with Ukraine, and the intensive spread of Russian propaganda that incites hatred and distorts reality.
David Zalkaliani expressed solidarity with Ukraine, reaffirming Georgia's continued support of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and stressing his country's readiness to join the international support of Ukraine in various formats to deter Russian aggression.
The foreign ministers discussed preparations for the inaugural summit of the Crimea Platform, which will take place on 23 August in Kyiv.
Dmytro Kuleba asked David Zalkaliani to facilitate an impartial consideration of the case regarding the detention of yacht with Ukrainian citizens Volodymyr Dyachenko and Yuriy Khomych for their prompt release.