Judging by results of the negotiations, two countries will intensify the trade-economy cooperation, Foreign Minister Tarasyuk told at the joint press conference after the negotiations.
“So modest indexes of trade-economic cooperation prove existence of untapped potential within the development process of the relationship between two countries,” said Tarasyuk.

Foreign Minister Peters and his Ukrainian counterpart agreed on provision of governmental support to businessmen engaging in fishery, agriculture, environmental protection and Antarctic nature protection.

Foreign Minister Peters got acquainted with current state of Ukraine’s cooperation with the EU, NATO, CIS and Russia. Ukrainian diplomat, in turns, was told about New Zealand’s activity in the Pacific Ocean and support of democratic institutions of the neighbouring island states.

In the course of Peters’ first visit in Ukraine, the ministers inked the Joint Statement of Ukraine and New Zealand.


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