Rinkēvičs "reconfirmed Latvia’s support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine and its Euro-Atlantic aspirations. The Latvian Foreign Minister also said that Latvia was prepared to continue providing political and practical support in the implementation of reforms, as well as humanitarian and medical assistance to those affected by the conflict between Russia and Ukraine," the statement said.
The Ukrainian side thanked Latvia for its support both bilaterally and in international organisations, and for rehabilitation of Ukrainian soldiers that have been hurt in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.
As part of his visit, the Latvian and Ukrainian Foreign Ministers participated in the inauguration of a “Latvian Square” in central Kyiv.
Latvia is expanding the network of its honorary consuls in Ukraine with the aim of developing economic and regional cooperation as well as promoting people-to-people contacts. Latvia currently has five Honorary Consulates in Ukraine – in Chernihiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Odessa, and Zaporizhia.