OSCE Chairperson-in-Office arrives in Ukraine: she'll visit Donbas together with Kuleba
The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Sweden, Ann Linde, has arrived in Ukraine on a two-day working visit.
The Swedish Embassy in Ukraine announced this on Twitter.
"Welcome to Ukraine, Ann Linde! We are thrilled your first trip as Chairperson of OSCE is to Ukraine," the embassy stated.
— Sweden in Ukraine (@SwedeninUA) January 18, 2021
During her visit, Ann Linde will hold talks with Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv. They will discuss several topics, including the security situation in the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas and Crimea, efforts to resolve the Russian-Ukrainian conflict peacefully, and support for the OSCE.
The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office will also visit the Joint Forces Operation in Donbas together with the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, where she'll get acquainted with the activities of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine and the consequences of the Russian aggression against our country.
Visiting #Ukraine in my role as @OSCE CiO. The crisis in and around Ukraine remains unresolved and is high on our agenda. We will work towards a peaceful resolution, not least to alleviate the situation of civilians living in conflict-affected areas. #OSCE2021SWE pic.twitter.com/HWgmbySiBB
— Ann Linde (@AnnLinde) January 18, 2021
To recap, Ukraine is the first country that Ann Linde is visiting as Chairperson of the OSCE, which emphasizes the priority of our country on the OSCE agenda in 2021.