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Ukraine, France sign bilateral security cooperation agreement

Today, Ukraine signed a security agreement with Germany.

Ukraine, France sign bilateral security cooperation agreement
Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Emmanuel Macron
Photo: Ukrainian presidential office

Today, 16 February, Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Emmanuel Macron, the presidents of Ukraine and France, signed a bilateral agreement on security cooperation within the framework of the Group of Seven framework declaration, Yevropeyska Pravda has reported.

Macron said at a joint press conference that the bilateral agreement "specifies the commitments we made with the G7 countries at the NATO Summit in Vilnius last July".

"Our support is not only long-term, but also has a collective intention, as Britain and Germany have already signed this agreement," the French president stressed.

Earlier on 16 February, Zelenskyy signed a Ukraine-Germany security cooperation agreement during the visit to Berlin.

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