Ukraine and Croatia are at a high level of bilateral political dialogue and will apply joint measures to deepen and expand areas of cooperation in various fields.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman and Prime Minister of Croatia Andrej Plenković said this to reporters after the meeting in Zagreb, the Governmental portal reports.
"Today we are at a high level of our bilateral dialogue, our cooperation now is at a good level," Groysman said.
The PM has thanked the Croatian people and the leadership of the country for their support of Kyiv in such difficult historical time. The head of government also noted a role of Croatia's Prime Minister Andrej Plenković in supporting Ukraine in the issues of achieving the visa-free regime with the EU and completing the ratification of the Association Agreement with the European Union.
According to him, Ukraine and Croatia have a wide range of directions for the deepening of cooperation, in particular, military and technical cooperation, energy, trade and economic cooperation, tourism and cultural and humanitarian fields.
In turn, Plenković has expressed Croatia's readiness to support Ukraine on the European integration path, in particular, on approximation of the national legislation to the EU norms, as well as representation of the Ukrainian interests in the European Parliament.