US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken met Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Brussels the margins of the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting, according to the press service of the US Department of State.
Secretary Blinken and Foreign Minister Kuleba discussed recent battlefield developments, including the opening of shipping routes in the Black Sea.
They also discussed the December 6-7 Defence Industrial Base Conference in Washington, D.C., where US and Ukrainian companies will promote the co-production of military supplies to aid Ukraine's fight for freedom and security, and create new opportunities for US businesses.
The Secretary congratulated the Ukrainian government on its recent steps on anti-corruption reforms, undertaken as part of those needed for Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic integration.
The Secretary once again underscored the United States' enduring support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.