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Ukrainian Foreign Ministry hopes Groysman will visit Israel in 2017

Executive of the Department of Middle East and Africa of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine Andriy Zayets has communicated trust that the visit of Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman to Israel will happen in 2017.

“We trust that the visit of the Ukrainian chief to the condition of Israel will happen one year from now. Give the feelings a chance to quiet down. This time will permit us to gain ground on particular issues, and after that the PM’s visit will be considerably more viable than it would be today – upon the arrival of the 25th commemoration of strategic relations between our nations,” he said on TV channel 5 on Dec. 26 evening.

Zayets likewise said that the Ukrainian side had very much arranged for the vote on Resolution No. 2334 in the UN Security Council (UNSC) on the circumstance in the Middle East.

“We measured the upsides and downsides, and accordingly, the choice was made by the authority, which has been actualized by the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations,” the ambassador said.

As reported, on Dec. 23, 2016 the UNSC embraced determination No. 2334, which urges Israel to quit building settlements in the Palestinian domains. All UNSC part states voted for the previously mentioned determination with the exception of the U.S. which avoided, however didn’t utilize its privilege of veto.

The archive contains the interest for Israel and Palestine to make ventures to forestall demonstrations of savagery against regular people and to endeavor to start “tenable transactions” on issues identified with definite status and alliance of the questioned regions.

The Israeli side quickly responded contrarily to the consequences of voting. The Israeli media reprimanded Ukraine’s position on the UNSC determination.

Head administrator Groysman put off his visit to Israel, which was beforehand planned for Dec. 27-28.

On Dec. 26, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu requested every one of his priests not to go to the nations which voted against Israel in the UNSC for the following three weeks.

In the meantime, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine summoned the Israeli minister to Kyiv to clear up the circumstance with voting in favor of the determination of the UNSC and concerning the cancelation of the visit of the Ukrainian head to Israel.

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