During her first visit to Ukraine, newly appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Robin Dunnigan discussed a wide range of US–Ukraine relations during the meetings with government officials.
“During her first visit to Ukraine, newly appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Robin Dunnigan – responsible for Central and Eastern Europe – engaged on the full range of U.S.–Ukraine issues in meetings with government, civil society, and media,” the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine posted on Facebook.
As noted, Dunnigan reiterated U.S. support for Ukraine’s security as it undertakes historic reforms at a meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Senik. “She then honored the more than 13,000 Ukrainians killed in the east due to Russia’s aggression and underscored in her meetings the U.S. would continue to support Ukraine’s civil society, rule of law, and anti-corruption institutions,” reads the statement.
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