1st Deputy Secretary of state Tony Blinken will take on Tuesday in the capital of the USA, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk, told reporters the Commissioner of the state Department Jeff the Mini.
"They have plans to discuss U.S. support for the ambitious reform program of the Ukrainian government and Russian aggression in Eastern Ukraine," said Ratke. Moscow fundamentally denies accusations by the West of meddling in Ukraine's internal conflict.
Yatsenyuk and the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Natalia Jaresko are in the U.S. capital visit, and in the process meet with representatives of the U.S. government and the IMF.
According to the envoy of the state Department, the U.S. supports the implementation of the Minsk agreements on ceasefire in Ukraine and the withdrawal of heavy weapons.
The mini is also said that Secretary of state Kerry, who is recovering after surgery on his leg last week, spent Tuesday meeting with his advisers on Russia.