Ukraine and the United States are reinvigorating the Strategic Partnership Commission, which is scheduled to meet this autumn in Washington, according to a joint statement on the U.S.-Ukraine strategic partnership published on the website of the Ukrainian president.
"The United States and Ukraine are reinvigorating the Strategic Partnership Commission (SPC), reoriented and resourced to meet 21st century challenges. To memorialize the elevated status of our partnership, the U.S. Secretary of State and the Ukrainian Foreign Minister intend to approve a new Charter at the SPC's meeting in Washington this fall," the document reads.
In addition, in October, the U.S. and Ukrainian governments plan to hold the 4th U.S.-Ukraine Bilateral Cyber Dialogue in Kyiv to bolster bilateral cybersecurity cooperation, information sharing, and U.S. support for Ukraine's cybersecurity capacity building, including in Ukraine's financial sector.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is on a working visit to Washington where he met with U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday.