Thursday, September 22 2016 13:45 EEST
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Petro Poroshenko held negotiations with US President Barack Obama
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President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has held negotiations with President of the United States Barack Obama

'We had a long conversation with President of the United States Barack Obama. We had an opportunity to discuss further steps on the implementation of the Minsk agreements, resolute efforts on coordination of our actions aimed to create a "road map" of the implementation of these agreements, priorities of the Minsk agreements’ security component, as well as location and date of the implementation of the political part of the Minsk process,' Petro Poroshenko informed journalists in New York, according to Dialog.ua.

The parties have also discussed the U.S. support for the Ukrainian reforms.

The Head of State also informed on a series of other meetings with the U.S. leadership - U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

Petro Poroshenko reminded that Ukraine would receive USD 1 billion of loan guarantees.

As reported earlier by 1492news.com, Obama about Maidan events in 2014: 'People of Ukraine did not take to the streets because of some plot imposed from abroad.'

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