The foreign ministers of Lithuania and Sweden, Linas Linkevicius and Margot Wallstrom, will visit Ukraine on Wednesday.
© DELFI / Artūras Morozovas

During the two-day visit, the ministers will visit Kiev and Odessa, Lithuania's Foreign Ministry said. The agenda in Odessa includes opening of the Days of Lithuania, ministerial meetings with Odessa university students and representatives of non-governmental organizations, injured Ukrainian troops and Odessa region officials.

On Thursday, the ministers will be in Kiev to attend opening of the Swedish-Ukrainian business forum and meet with officials of the Ukrainian administration.

The meetings will focus on regional cooperation, projects of support to Ukraine, the upcoming European Union-Ukraine summit and the meeting of heads of states of the Eastern Partnership countries.

Linkevicius and Wallstrom will congratulate the citizens of Ukraine on the visa-free travels to countries of the Schengen zone.

This is the second joint visit of Lithuanian and Swedish ministers to Ukraine.

Lithuania's President Dalia Grybauskaite was in Ukraine last week.

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