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PRAGUE, November 16. /TASS/. Slovakia’s President Andrej Kiska said on Sunday his country will help Ukraine with reforms.
After talks with visiting Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Kiska said Slovakia “supports territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine.”
“At the latest parliamentary elections, Ukrainian citizens clearly demonstrated that they want to move towards free and democratic Europe,” he said and pledged to help Ukraine in conducting “painful reforms the country is in for.”
Poroshenko, in turn, drew parallels between the current developments in his country and those that took place in Slovakia 25 years ago during the Velvet Revolution. “In Ukraine, we are fighting not only for Ukraine but for Europe and its values,” the Ukrainian president said and thanked the Slovak authorities for their support to his country.