On Monday, October 11, at the National Military Medical Clinical Center “Main Military Clinical Hospital” (entrance from Lab Lane, 54/20), the transfer of representatives of hospitals and medical equipment received as humanitarian aid from the Ukrainian diaspora in the Netherlands will take place.
The Ukrainian diaspora in the Netherlands handed over medical equipment to the main military clinical hospital of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. The medical institution received equipment for operating rooms and new wheelchairs. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky helped organize the deliveries.
The Court of Appeal in Amsterdam decided to return the exhibits of the Scythian gold exhibition from the annexed Crimean museums to Ukraine. The decision is reported by the public television of the Netherlands. The conflict over the exhibits of the exhibition “Crimea – gold and secrets of the Black Sea”, which was held in the Netherlands, has been going on since 2014. In December 2016, the Amsterdam District Court ruled that the collection, which fell into the local museum before the annexation of Crimea by Russia, belongs to Ukraine. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, in turn, said on Twitter that he was pleased with the decision. “We always get our own back. We have returned the “Scythian gold”, we will also return the Crimea,” he wrote.
Meeting of the Ukrainian community in the Netherlands with the Ambassador of the Netherlands with Mr. Jennes de Mol at the Embassy of the Netherlands in Kiev.
The main direction of Ukraine’s foreign policy in the international space is a course to restore sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as further development of European and Euro-Atlantic integration. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine plays a key role in this.
Since March 2020, the Ministry has been headed by the youngest foreign minister in history. Former Vice-Premier-Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the Council of Europe, Ambassador-at-Large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Ivanovich Kuleba.
While still working as Deputy Prime Minister, Dmytro Kuleba intensified work on Ukraine’s obtaining the status of a partner of NATO’s expanded capabilities, and continued this work as Foreign Minister.
Co-founder of the Lublin Triangle, which provides for political, economic, social interaction between the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Lithuania and Ukraine.
Reformed the activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine in the field of economic diplomacy. Dmitry Kuleba is known for his principled position on Russian armed aggression against Ukraine, condemnation and opposition to Russia’s aggressive policy towards Ukraine and other countries of the world.
In addition, Kuleba is convinced that strengthening Ukraine’s cooperation with other Central European countries is capable of diversifying sources of energy supplies and preserving Europe’s energy security.
The Minister believes that Ukraine needs to find a balanced solution to the issue of the possibility of introducing dual citizenship. He notes that since independence, millions of Ukrainians have gone abroad, become citizens of other states, but still help Ukraine and also wish to remain its citizens.
Kuleba is convinced that Ukraine’s pragmatic, stable, multidimensional diplomacy is the direction of our strategy to strengthen our country’s position in the world.