OTTAWA – The prime minister of Ukraine will be in Ottawa this week for talks with Harper government.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk arrives Tuesday for talks that will focus on east European country’s attempts at economic and government reform.
A statement from Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s office says it’s an opportunity to reaffirm the close relationship between the two countries and they intend to “discuss ways to further broaden its scope.”
The last time the two met was in Kyiv just prior to the G-7 Summit in early June when Yatsenyuk asked Harper to press allies for lethal military aid so that Ukraine could turn …read more
Source: Metro News