Prime Minister Groysman is to ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel tomorrow to pressure the Kremlin to keep shipping free on the Azov Sea.
Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Prime Minister Groysman is to ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel tomorrow to pressure the Kremlin to keep shipping free on the Azov Sea.

Prime Minister Groysman is to ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel tomorrow to pressure the Kremlin to keep shipping free on the Azov Sea. The two leaders meet in Berlin Thursday morning to open a German-Ukraine business forum. On Tuesday, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said further sanctions against Russia will be debated at the next monthly meeting of EU foreign ministers.

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