Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has held a meeting with Prime Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu, presidential press service reports.
The Prime Minister has expressed support of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. "Territorial integrity and sovereignty are important no only for you, but also for the whole world," he said.
The Prime Minister has noted that Ukraine and its stability were the key factors for the Black Sea region. In his turn, the Ukrainian President has called for joint efforts in the issues of regional security.
Petro Poroshenko has expressed concern over the rights of the Crimean Tatar people. "Today, Crimean Tatars withstand a significant pressure and need support," the President said. In his turn, Ahmet Davutoglu has assured that the Crimean issue should always remain on the agenda.
The parties have discussed the activation of bilateral cooperation in military-technical and energy sector. The Prime Minister has suggested that Ukraine uses Turkish experience of reforms in 25 economic sectors.
The interlocutors have also negotiated the financial aid to Ukraine within the IMF and Turkish investments in the Ukrainian economy. Petro Poroshenko and Ahmet Davutoglu have agreed that the ministers of finance and energy of the two countries would meet shortly to continue further interaction.
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