With the help of the meeting of the U.S.-Ukraine Strategic Partnership Commission, which will be held on November 10 in Washington, Moscow will be sent a clear message that Ukraine will not be left alone with the aggressor state, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has said.
“It is very important that due to systematic work we have come to this important event right now, when Russia continues to provoke and behave aggressively towards Ukraine. In these conditions, we will send a clear message to Moscow: Ukraine and the United States are united. Ukraine will not be left alone with the state. We have powerful allies and partners who are ready to charge Russia with a high price tag for an attempt to expand its aggression. This is the best way to deter Russia from escalating,” Kuleba said….
Kuleba said that tomorrow’s meeting embodies the agreements reached at the meeting between Presidents Volodymyr Zelensky and Joseph Biden.
“The Strategic Partnership Commission is the main engine of this process….[The readiness of the United States to [elevate the strategic partnership with Ukraine to]a new stage of strategic partnership testifies to the high level of trust between our countries.”