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Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman met with representatives of the U.S. Congress. The sides discussed cooperation between the two countries.

Censor.NET reports referring to the Cabinet's press service.

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During the meeting, the prime minister spoke about the progress of reforms in Ukraine, thanked the American side for its political and economic support of Kyiv, called for the extension of sanctions against Russia, and discussed prospects for deepened cooperation between Ukraine and the U.S.

Hroisman stressed that the current government is determined to carry out reforms in Ukraine and fight corruption.

"We've gone through quite a difficult stage of political crisis, which, thank God, is over. The coalition has been restarted, and a new government has been formed. It is crucial for our team to proceed with reforms, cooperate with the International Monetary Fund, as well as to ensure the organization of work with the European Union," the prime minister stated.

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The prime minister noted that "Kyiv remains committed to complete implementation of the Minsk agreements, while Russia and its proxies in the Donbas continue to sabotage their commitments."

The American side, in turn, congratulated Hroisman on the adoption by the Verkhovna Rada of amendments to the Constitution in terms of judicial reform and expressed satisfaction with the first steps of the new government.

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Following the meeting, the sides agreed to take measures for the development and deepening of cooperation between Ukraine and the U.S.Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n391733