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Two more countries to sign security assurances with Ukraine

Two more countries to sign security assurances with Ukraine Presidential Office spokesperson Serhiy Nykyforov (photo: Vitalii Nosach, RBC-Ukraine)

Two European Union countries may be the next to sign security agreements with Ukraine, states the press secretary of the President of Ukraine Serhiy Nykyforov.

"It seems that Denmark and the Netherlands will be the next countries to sign such agreements," Nykyforov said.

He noted that he could not disclose the dates when the agreements would be signed, but said it would happen soon.

"It will happen very soon," the presidential spokesperson said.

Security assurances

Yesterday, February 16, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrived on a visit to France.

He met with President Emmanuel Macron. The leaders signed an agreement on security assurances for our country.

Ukraine also signed a similar agreement with Germany. Read more about the document in the RBC-Ukraine article.

On January 12, in Kyiv, the President of Ukraine and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak also signed a bilateral security document called the Agreement on Security Cooperation between Ukraine and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.