Kuleba proposes to erect a monument to Ukrainians who died during the Second World War in Berlin
Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba during a telephone conversation with German Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has proposed to erect a monument to Ukrainians who died in the Second World War in Berlin.
This is reported by the department’s press service.
“As part of the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe, which the world will soon celebrate, Dmitry Kuleba raised the question of the construction of a monument in Berlin to the Ukrainians who died during the Second World War in Berlin According to him, such a monument would be worthy of honoring their memory “, – the message said.
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It should be noted that during the meeting, the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and the Federal Republic of Germany expressed satisfaction with the resumption of the Norman-style consultations at the level of Foreign Ministers.
Culeba and Maas discussed the next steps to implement the decisions of the leaders’ summit in Paris and prepare for the Berlin summit.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru