Kyiv, 2 November 2022 (TDI): A delegation from the government of the Czech Republic led by Prime Minister Petr Fiala visited Kyiv to have a meeting with the government officials of Ukraine.
Od mého posledního setkání s prezidentem Zelenským se změnila obrovská spousta věcí.
Co se ale nezměnilo, je hrdinství ukrajinského lidu a také odhodlání demokratického světa pomoci Ukrajině bránit svobodu. 🧵 (1/5) pic.twitter.com/TWWYOglO5A
— Petr Fiala (@P_Fiala) October 31, 2022
Denys Shmyhal, Prime Minister of Ukraine with the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic announced during a press conference that Ukraine has received a clear message of support in all fields from the Czech Republic.
The head of the state welcomed Petr Fiala to Kyiv and emphasized the significance of his visit at a time when Ukraine is dealing with Russian attacks on its civil infrastructure, particularly its energy installations.
The Czech Republic’s government in particular advocated the establishment of an international tribunal in this context.
Petr Fiala and Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine also addressed the Czech Republic’s engagement in military equipment production and maintenance initiatives as well as the training of Ukrainian defenders.
While Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said, “We reached an accord on the work of joint intergovernmental commissions in all directions, in particular in the direction of the development of our industrial, scientific, and technical cooperation.
Joint initiatives and wishes for the urgent organization of the work of such intergovernmental commissions were voiced.”
Both governments also coordinated international cooperation between the Czech Republic and Ukraine’s governments, particularly inside international organizations and through regional platforms and initiatives.
The participants of the meeting resolved to establish priorities for bilateral cooperation, particularly in the areas of good governance and education, trade and economic cooperation as well as energy.
Likewise, the two will collaborate in the domains of military, and civil security, healthcare, social issues, cyber and digital, and other areas, including by carrying out joint bilateral and multilateral projects.
The Czech people, who are organizing protests in support of Ukraine and the shared European values of the two peoples, were acknowledged by the President of Ukraine.
While the Czech Republic’s Prime Minister on his part commended the Ukrainian people for their bravery in protecting their nation’s freedom, democracy, and territorial integrity.