On May 10, US President Donald Trump received the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavel Klimkin in the White House, the Ukrainian Embassy in the United States reported.
During the meeting Trump and Klimkin discussed the further efforts to support Ukraine.
Earlier, the Head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry met with US Vice President Michael Pence, and the officials discussed the situation in the Donbas in detail.
Pavel Klimkin thanked for the unchanging position of the US administration in supporting the territorial integrity of Ukraine and counteracting Russian aggression.
The meetings were also attended by the Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States Valery Chaly.
Earlier, QHA reported that, a spokesman for the White House Sean Spicer stated that the US President Donald Trump expects active participation of Moscow in the de-escalation of the conflict in Donbas and the return of the Crimea to the sovereignty of Ukraine.
The White House confirmed the position of the United States of America in the United Nations that the sanctions imposed against the Russian Federation over the occupation of Crimea should be preserved until Russia returns control over the peninsula to Ukraine.