Poroshenko began his first official visit to Slovenia

Poroshenko began his first official visit to Slovenia

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The President of Ukraine will meet with the top leadership of the country and the opening of the monument to the Pan in Ljubljana.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko began his first official visit to Slovenia.

This is stated in the press service of the Ukrainian President.

Poroshenko is scheduled to meet with President of Slovenia Borut Pahor, Slovenian-Ukrainian talks, chaired by the leaders of both countries, the results of which will be signed a number of bilateral documents.

In addition, the President will meet with Prime Minister of Slovenia Miro Carrom and Chairman of the Parliament, Milan Brglez. Also Poroshenko with his wife will meet with the mayor of the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana Zoran Jankovic.

The Ukrainian head of state will hold a meeting with heads of the leading Slovenian companies, including those that work in the Ukrainian market.He will also meet with the Ukrainian community and participate in the unveiling of a monument to Grigory Skovoroda in Ljubljana.

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We will remind, on September 29 in the “Russian newspaper” published an article “stronger Together”, citing a quote that is not true, from the statement of the mayor of Ljubljana Zoran Jankovic that Slovenia was one of the first in Europe to recognize the results of the referendum in the Crimea.

After publication of material the editors have received from the Embassy of Slovenia official letter. in Particular, Yankovic talked to journalists about the Crimea and the referendum, and had not thought about it during the Days of Moscow.

“The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in the Russian Federation is authorised to announce that the Republic of Slovenia supports the independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine and in accordance with this recognizes neither the results of the referendum in Crimea, nor the illegal annexation of Crimea to the Russian Federation, which is a violation of international law. The editorial staff apologizes to the mayor of Ljubljana Zoran janković and readers of “Rossiyskaya Gazeta”, – stated in the specification.