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 Biden's trip to Ukraine to underscore U.S. support, - White House

On Jan. 15-18, 2017, the U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will travel to Kyiv, Ukraine and Davos, Switzerland

Censor.NET reports citing the Embassy of the United States in Ukraine.

"On Jan. 15-18, 2017, the Vice President will travel to Kyiv, Ukraine and Davos, Switzerland. In Ukraine the Vice President will participate in bilateral meetings with President Poroshenko and Prime Minister Groysman. The Vice President's trip to Ukraine will underscore U.S. support -- and highlight his personal involvement in providing support -- for Ukrainian independence, democratic development, prosperity and security. The trip will also celebrate 25 years of diplomatic relations, and look forward to a steadfast partnership over the next 25 years.

"While in Switzerland, the Vice President will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Vice President will deliver remarks on the Cancer Moonshot and deliver an address on Foreign Policy. The Vice President will also participate in several bilateral meetings," the message reads.

Read more: Poroshenko, Biden to meet in Ukraine on Jan. 15, - Presidential Administration


 
 
 
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