Slovenia, Ukraine to sign security agreement

  24 June 2024    Read: 572
Slovenia, Ukraine to sign security agreement

On June 27, Slovenian President Natasha Pirc Musar will visit Kyiv to sign a bilateral security agreement with Ukraine, AzVision.az reports citing Censor.NET.

"It is a commitment to continue to help Ukraine as long as necessary," Pirc Musar said.

She explained that this agreement is similar to those previously signed with Ukraine by other countries that help it.

"In fact, Ukraine is protecting the entire structure of international law," Pirc Musar emphasised the need to help Ukraine.

Pirc Musar also stressed that Ukraine needs to be helped.

"Ukraine is actually defending the entire structure of international law," she added.

The security agreement was prepared by the Ministries of Defence and Foreign Affairs. As this is not a binding international treaty, but only a manifestation of political will for long-term support for Ukraine, the government only needs to read it, which should happen next week.

 

AzVision.az


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