Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin will visit China on April 27-28 for meetings with his Chinese counterpart and other senior officials.
"We have been preparing this visit for a long time. I will work for a couple of days in the Celestial Empire," Klimkin wrote on Twitter ahead of his visit.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's press service said on April 26 that the agenda includes negotiations with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, meetings with senior Chinese officials, and attendance at the fifth meeting of foreign ministers from member states and observer states of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia.
Based on reporting by Interfax