The foreign Ministers of the United States and Ukraine intend to find solutions to the problem of exporting Ukrainian grain to international markets.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Berlin on Sunday.

They discussed the recent meetings of the G7 and NATO foreign Ministers.

The head of the Department of State stressed the strong support of Ukraine from U.S. allies and partners.

The Foreign Minister also provided details regarding the latest tranche of American security assistance to Ukraine.

The U.S. Secretary of State and the Ukrainian Foreign Minister discussed the impact of the war unleashed by Russia on global food security and pledged to find a solution to the issue of exporting Ukrainian grain to international markets.

Blinken stressed the unwavering commitment of the United States to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine in the face of the unprovoked war unleashed by Russia.

At an informal meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Berlin, Secretary Blinken will discuss with allies and partners a unified response to Russia’s ongoing war against Ukraine and the upcoming NATO summit in Madrid.

The Allies will adopt a new NATO strategic concept that will guide the alliance’s activities over the next decade.