Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed bilateral agreements after holding talks in Kiev on Monday.
“I want to thank the prime minister for an effective dialogue and meeting. You haven't been to our country for 20 years. I believe that your next visit to Ukraine will be soon and that we will meet often,” said Zelenskiy.
Netanyahu on his part stated that the leaders had greed to open new “high tech development offices” in Kiev and Jerusalem.
The Israeli prime minister arrived in Ukraine on Sunday and is the first foreign leader to visit the country since Zelenskiy was elected president.