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  • Dmytro Kuleba and Ukrainian Ambassadors visited Mykolaiv
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, posted 25 December 2022 17:20

    In the framework of the Conference of Ambassadors of Ukraine Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba together with deputies and heads of Ukrainian embassies and missions abroad visited Mykolaiv.

    Representatives of the Ukrainian diplomatic corps got acquainted with the conditions in which the frontline city lives, visited civilian, in particular educational, infrastructure that had been destroyed or damaged as a result of russian shelling.

    The ambassadors and the leadership of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs visited the territory of the State Enterprise "Mykolaiv Shipyard", where there is an unfinished missile cruiser, which is the same type of ship as the flagship of the russian Black Sea Fleet cruiser "moskva" sunk by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. They also inspected the residential buildings of the city damaged by russian shelling, the Ingul Hotel, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, Mykolaiv Lyceum №2 and the building of Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration.

    "Having seen the consequences of russian aggression with our own eyes, we are ready to work even harder 24 hours a day and 365 days a year to plow the whole world for the sake of Ukraine and for our victory. To convince our partners and those who are still playing "neutrality". We will achieve new results for our country, bring new weapons, new energy equipment and drive russian villains into deeper isolation," Dmytro Kuleba said.

    During the meeting with the civilian and military leadership of Mykolaiv and the region the current situation in the region, urgent needs to overcome the problems caused by the russian aggression, as well as the efforts of foreign diplomatic missions of Ukraine to attract foreign assistance for the restoration and economic development of Mykolaiv and the region, including in the field of shipbuilding and training in this area were discussed.