The Greek Prime Minister in Kiev, went to the St. Sophia Cathedral and talked to Poroshenko about bitwise

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is on a working visit in Kyiv. He has already held talks with the head of the Ukrainian government Volodymyr Groisman, visited the St. Sophia Cathedral and held a meeting with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.

.@PrimeministerGR A. Tsipras and FM @NikosKotzias visit the world famous Saint Sophia Cathedral in #Kyiv #Ukraine

— Ministry Εξωτερικών (@GreeceMFA) February 9, 2017

Ukraine and Greece have agreed to strengthen economic cooperation and work in the field of tourism. The Prime Minister noted that Greece supports the territorial integrity of Ukraine and the Minsk agreement. He stressed that sanctions against Russia need to find a way out of the situation in Ukraine.

Poroshenko and Tsipras noted the warm atmosphere of the negotiations, despite the cold in Kiev.

— Svyatoslav Tsegolko (@STsegolko) February 9, 2017

In addition, Tsipras is convinced that the question of bitwise for Ukrainians will be resolved positively.

Recall, this is the first visit by Tsipras to Ukraine. He came here at the invitation of Poroshenko.