Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba thanked Hereditary Prince Alois Philipp Maria von und zu Liechtenstein for supporting our state and taking in refugees.
The head of Ukrainian diplomacy wrote about this on Twitter, reports Ukrinform.
“I had the honor of paying a courtesy call to His Majesty, Hereditary Prince Alois Philipp Maria von und zu Liechtenstein. I am grateful to Liechtenstein for supporting Ukraine and taking in our refugees. Liechtenstein proves that real support does not depend on the size of a country, but on the size of the hearts of its people,” Kuleba wrote.
The foreign ministers of Ukraine and Liechtenstein, Dmytro Kuleba and Dominique Hasler, considered the prospects of using frozen assets and setting up a special tribunal for the Russian Federation.
“During my visit to Liechtenstein, we focused with Foreign Minister Dominique Hasler on the prospects of using frozen assets to rebuild Ukraine and ways to ensure justice for Russian war crimes. We talked about creating a special tribunal to punish the crime of aggression against Ukraine,” Kuleba tweeted.
As reported, on May 4 the Liechtenstein government approved new sanctions against Belarus and Russia for their aggression against Ukraine, joining the latest EU package against Moscow and Minsk.
Photo: Dmytro Kuleba