Ukrainian victory, confiscation of russian assets – what else was discussed during the advocacy trip to Korea?

The key topics of the advocacy trip to Korea are a quick Ukrainian victory, the confiscation of russian property and its transfer to Ukraine’s reconstruction, the punishment of the totalitarian regime, and the search for new opportunities for Ukrainian communities.

Hanna Hopko, the leader of the National Interests Advocacy Network “ANTS”, Daria Kaleniuk of the Anti-Corruption Center, and Olena Tregub of the Independent Anti-Corruption Commission – NAKO began their work in the Republic of Korea with a meeting with Metropolitan Ambrosios of Korea, the bishop of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople who is also responsible for Japan.

“His signature appears on the historical document Tomos. We will work together to hold Putin’s regime accountable for crimes committed in Ukraine,” – Hanna Hopko stressed following the results.

During a meeting with South Korean National Assembly member Ha Tae Keun, was discussed the establishment of a special tribunal for putin.

“We are convinced that every day, together with our partners, we bring this day closer, – said the “ANTS” head. – They felt tremendous support during their meeting with Tae Yong Ho, the head of the People Power party’s International Relations Committee, and discussed the joint struggle against the dictatorship as well as the possibility of assisting Ukraine. At the round table, they discussed the reality of aggression, a special tribunal for russia, and Ukraine’s truly victory. While working process, we met many inspiring people who are eager to help Ukraine with innovation, humanitarian aid, education, and decision-making. At such times, we realize that we are not alone, and victory belongs to Ukraine!”

It should be noted that prior to the visit to the Republic of Korea, there was an advocacy trip to Taiwan, during which the head of Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry, Joseph Wu, announced an increase in financial aid to Ukraine. In addition, they announced a new scholarship program to assist more Ukrainian students in studying in Taiwan. It also dealt with infrastructure projects.

“Our actual task here is to establish bilateral relationship. We want to build relationships with our Lithuanian, Czech, and Polish friends and look for different formats,” – Hanna Hopko, the head of the National Interests Advocacy Network “ANTS” said.

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