Frank A. Rose, US Assistant Secretary of States for Arms Control, Verification and Compliance, will pay a three-day visit to Ukraine, during his European tour, which he has began on Saturday, Ukrinform reports, referring to the statement of the US State Department made on Friday.
"Through January 18-20, Assistant Secretary Frank A. Rose will visit Kyiv to hold talks with officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the State Space Agency and the National Security Council of Ukraine on space security, as well as other topics of mutual interest," says the statement.
The US Assistant Secretary of States will also participate in the ceremony, devoted to the renewal of bilateral relations as part of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Center's activities, to be held at the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine.
The European tour of Frank A. Rose will be held through January 9-27. During this period, he plans to visit France, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Lithuania.
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