"Opening new horizons": Ukraine's foreign minister heading to Iraq
Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba, will visit Iraq on Monday, April 17.
Oleh Nikolenko, the foreign ministry spokesperson, announced this on Facebook.
"The trip of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine to the Middle East continues the strategy of opening new horizons in the world and creating new opportunities for the Ukrainian state, business, and citizens," he said.
Kuleba is scheduled to hold talks with Prime Minister Muhammad Al-Sudani, and Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq, Fuad Hussein, in Baghdad.
The parties will discuss political dialogue development, increase in trade volumes, and interaction in international organizations.
At the beginning of the week, President Volodymyr Zelensky discussed intensifying interstate cooperation and the Ukrainian peace formula with the Prime Minister of Iraq.