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A Discussion with H.E. Pavlo Klimkin 🤍PavloKlimkin Foreign Minister of Ukraine Moderated by Mr. Damon Wilson 🤍DamonMacWilson Executive Vice President Atlantic Council Ukraine and the world are still reeling from last week's downing of Flight MH17. The despicable act may prove to be a tipping point in the crisis as it has further exposed Russia's role in the destabilization of Ukraine and has sparked international outrage. Join the Atlantic Council on July 29th at 1p.m. as we discuss the current crisis with Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Pavlo Klimkin who will be in Washington for emergency consultations with Secretary Kerry and Capitol Hill. Minister Klimkin will offer his perspective on recent developments and how to further strengthen the transatlantic response to support Ukraine and deter further aggression. Pavlo Klimkin was appointed Ukraine's Foreign Minister in June 2014. He has previously served as Ukraine's ambassador Germany (2012-2014), director of the Foreign Ministry's European Union department (2008-2010), as well as deputy foreign minister (2010-2012) during which time he played a key role in negotiating the association and free trade agreements with the European Union. #ACUkraine
Pavlo Klimkin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, on Russia following 8137th meeting of the Security Council.
In talks with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin on 29 January 2015, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO would continue its strong political and practical support for Ukraine. He also expressed concern about the recent escalation of violence in the country. “We are very much concerned about the situation and also by the continued support of Russia to the separatists,” the Secretary General said. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE to this channel 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to NATO News 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to NATO History 🤍 Connect with NATO online: Visit the Official NATO Homepage: 🤍 Find NATO on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Follow 🤍NATO on TWITTER: 🤍 Follow NATO on Instagram: 🤍 Find NATO on LinkedIn: 🤍 Find NATO on Flickr: 🤍 #NATO #Ukraine
Subscribe to France 24 now : 🤍 FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 🤍 This week, our guest is Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. After more than two years of fighting and at least 9,000 deaths, Ukraine's east is still not at peace. In April, the government underwent an overhaul and a new prime minister who is a close ally of President Petro Poroshenko took office. The change in leadership came after governing parties simply walked out, accusing both the president and former prime minister of corruption. The new government has only been in office for a few weeks, but the IMF, which is currently holding off on a $1.7 billion bailout payment, is already saying that it is seeing encouraging signs of change. In the latest round of talks aimed at resolving the conflict in the east, however, there is little to report. Kiev and Moscow continue to point the finger of blame at each other. But what does it mean if relations between Ukraine and Russia don’t improve? Why isn’t the Minsk agreement moving forward, and how crucial is the bailout payment for Ukrainians? Presented by: Eve Irvine Produced by: Isabelle Romero and Mathilde Bénézet Visit our website : 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel : 🤍 Like us on Facebook : 🤍 Follow us on Twitter : 🤍
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin joined DW in Berlin to discuss the situation in the Ukraine, where violence has recently escalated. Klimkin is in town for a meeting of OSCE members called by his German counterpart, Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
(3 Mar 2015) Ukraine's Foreign Minister said on Tuesday his country needs 'critical defensive capability' to counter attacks by Russian- backed separatists in the east. Pavlo Klimkin was speaking in Tokyo as he rounded off a two-day visit to Japan where he met with officials including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Klimkin also briefed officials about Ukraine's economic situation which has been hit severely by the war. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Ukraine's Foreign Minister has held talks with his German counterpart. Among the topics on the agenda were the situation in the Kerch Strait, Ukrainian political prisoners held in Russia and energy security. _ Subscribe to UATV English: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Watch UATV live: 🤍 #News #Ukraine #UATV #KerchStrait #PavloKlimkin #MinistryOfForeignAffairsOfUkraine #PoliticalPrisoners #Germany
A real ice breaker, diplomatic talks surrounding the Sea of Azov will yield results. Ukraine's minister of foreign affairs has called a trip to Mariupol with top EU representatives a success. _ Subscribe to UATV English: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Watch UATV live: 🤍 #News #Ukraine #UATV #PavloKlimkin #UkrainesMinistryOfForeignAffairs #EU #SeaOfAzov #Mariupol
Ukraine-Russia tensions are center stage on the Season 2 premiere of the GLOBSEC Wire. Former Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin joins GLOBSEC’s Roger Hilton from Kyiv to share his insight on both hard and soft security issues, President Putin's strategic intentions, as well as his wish list for foreign support. #StandWithUkraine
On July 7, 2011, the Peterson Institute for International Economics, the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings, and the Atlantic Council cohosted the conference "Ukraine's Future: The Challenges and Impact of Governance in Ukraine." Steven Pifer, Brookings Institution, led off the conference, followed by a conversation with Pavlo Klimkin, Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine.
Pavlo Klimkin , Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and President of the Security Council for February
The Malaysia Airlines crash has triggered a huge change in the EU's attitude towards Moscow and the crisis in Ukraine. That's what Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin told euronews in an exclusive interview after discussions at the Eastern Partnership Ministerial Meeting. "Now the political atmosphere has changed, perceptions have changed. The Rubicon has been crossed. Now the EU speaks with one voice, in one language. The EU is talking about coherent political pressure, about sanctions,"... READ MORE : 🤍 What is in the news today? Click to watch: 🤍 euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! 🤍 euronews is available in 14 languages: 🤍 In English: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 VKontakte: 🤍
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg will make his first visit to Ukraine this month, Ukraine's foreign minister said in Brussels on Monday (Septmber 07), in a trip which Klimkin tweeted would pave the way for a NATO 'embassy' in the Ukrainian capital. His visit to Kyiv, Klimkin said during a press conference with Stoltenberg, was symbolic moment of deepening ties between the US-led security bloc and Ukraine. Check out our website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Statement of the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council meeting on “Maintenance of international peace and security: Nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament”. September 23, 2016.
Ukraine's foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin says Kyiv wants assurances at this week's EU Eastern Partnership Summit in Riga that Ukraine is a suitable candidate for EU membership and its citizens will gain visa-free travel to the bloc next year. Check out our website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
'We will not under any conditions accept something which would mean the end of Ukraine.' Former Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pavlo Klimkin, joins 🤍Nigel_Farage to discuss whether he thinks a peace agreement could be reached between Russia and Ukraine. Watch on TV: Freeview 236, Sky 515, Virgin 626 Listen on DAB+ Radio Download the GB News App to watch live wherever you are, catch up with all our shows and get the latest news from the GBN family. 🤍 Don't forget to follow us on social media too! Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Click here for the latest Covid-19 guidance from the World Health Organisation ► 🤍 Click here for the latest NHS information on COVID-19 vaccines 🤍
Russia's influence in Africa is declining. This was stated by former Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin in a commentary for our channel. He noted that the reason is the change in the perception of Russia. And the presence of African countries at the summit in St. Petersburg, in his opinion, is unimportant. After all, no one is interested in increasing the Russian presence in Africa. The Kremlin's attempt with the Russia-Africa summit, he summarized, failed. For more – watch a full interview. _ Subscribe to The Gaze: 🤍 UATV Explains page: 🤍 Subscribe to UATV English: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Website : 🤍 #UATV #UATV_English #UkraineNews #UATV_News #News #Ukraine #UkrainianNews #EventsInUkraine #LatestNews #TopNewsUkraine #ukrainewar #warzone #blacksea #africa #grain #russianaggression #subscribe #interview #watch
Ukraine's former Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said that Ukraine should remain a priority for the United States and not to become part of domestic American politics. Speaking on January 29 to Current Time in Kyiv, Klimkin said that Ukraine is now considered in the framework of the President Trump's impeachment process, which is the worst possible development for Ukraine and this development must be broken. Originally published at - 🤍
While the foreign minister said there wasn't necessarily a "breakthrough" at Milan, it was productive to have both Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Poroshenko meet with other world leaders to discuss creating a peaceful solution to the Ukrainian crisis. Find out more about what's going in Ukraine. Check out Hromadske International's Facebook page and Twitter. Ukraine, Explained. 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Pavlo Klimkin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2014-2019), in an exclusive interview with our correspondent talked about the agreement on Ukrainian grain export concluded on July 22nd in Istanbul between Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the UN. Pavlo Klimkin underlined that the export of Ukrainian grain – it is about the economic resilience of Ukraine. And our country to win the war should be economically strong, Klimkin is confident. For a full interview – watch the video. _ Subscribe to UATV English: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Website : 🤍 #UATV #UATV_English #UkraineNews #UATV_News #News #Ukraine #UkrainianNews #EventsInUkraine #LatestNews #TopNewsUkraine
Pavlo Klimkin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
Du changement à la tête de la diplomatie ukrainienne. Plusieurs voix s'étaient élevées ces derniers jours pour demander le limogeage d'Andriï Dechtchitsa, après que ce dernier a insulté Vladimir Poutine devant des manifestants s'en prenant à l'ambassade russe à Kiev. Le président Petro Poroshenko a donc annoncé qu'il souhaitait nommer Pavlo Klimkin, l'actuel ambassadeur ukrainien en Allemagne au poste de ministre des Affaires étrangères.... LIRE L'ARTICLE: 🤍 Aujourd'hui dans l'actualité : les titres en vidéo 🤍 euronews : la chaîne d'information la plus regardée en Europe. Abonnez-vous ! 🤍 euronews est disponible en 14 langues: 🤍 En français : Site internet : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Google+ : 🤍
Pavlo Klimkin is a Ukrainian diplomat, Co-Founder of the Center for National Resilience and Development, and Director of the Program on European, Regional and Russian Studies of the Ukrainian Institute for the Future in Kyiv. Since 1993 he has worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. His previous positions there included: Attaché, Third, Second Secretary, Directorate-General for Arms Control and Disarmament, MFA of Ukraine (1993-1997); Third, Second Secretary, Embassy of Ukraine in the Federal Republic of Germany (1997-2000); First Secretary, Counsellor (Nuclear Safety and Energy Security), Department for Economic Cooperation, MFA of Ukraine (2000-2002); Head, Division for Economic and Sectoral Cooperation with the EU, Department for European Integration, MFA of Ukraine (2002-2004); Minister-Counsellor, Embassy of Ukraine to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (2004-2008); Director, the EU Department, MFA of Ukraine (2008-2010); Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Head of the Delegation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement (2010-2012); Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Federal Republic of Germany (2012-2014); Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2014-2019).
"Human Dignity and Human Rights are about People!" Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin on Human Rights Day
Ha megtagadják Ukrajnától a fegyvereket, akkor egyúttal megtagadják a területi integritás jogát is - mondta a HírTV-nek adott exkluzív interjúban Pavlo Klimkin, Ukrajna korábbi külügyminisztere. Kövessenek minket közösségi felületeinken! ► Facebookon: 🤍 ► Honlapunkon: 🤍 ► Instagramon: 🤍 ► TikTok-on: 🤍
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin tells Mercedes Stephenson Russia does not have any red lines and his government is determined to take back Crimea and become a beacon for the people who live under occupation. For more info, please go to 🤍 Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: 🤍 Like Global News on Facebook HERE: 🤍 Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: 🤍
Павло Клімкін - відомий український дипломат, Міністр закордонних справ України у 2014-2019 роках. У цьому інтерв'ю ми обговорили важливі і актуальні питання: які умови підтримки України, чому Британія так нас підтримує, чому міжнародні лідера далі розмовляють з путіном, дипломатію Зеленського, загрозу Китаю, вибори в США та багато іншого! #ПАLАТА #Клімкін #ТихонюкАндрій #війна #павлоклмкін #Климкин #війнановини #україна #війнавукраїні #зсу #інтервю #прогноз #політика #аналіз #палата #зеленський
About the Speech: In a speech to the IIEA on 2 November 2011, Pavlo Klimkin, the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, provided members of the Institute with a comrehensive overview of EU-Ukraine relations from the signing of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) in 1994 to today. Mr. Klimkin began by expressing his regret that Ukraine did not sign an accession agreement in the 1990s like other Eastern European states, referring to this as a "missed opportunity", because the PCA only deals with cooperation and not integration. However he commended the progress that has been made since 2007, when Ukraine and the EU decided to elaborate a new type of agreement based on political association and economic integration. Economic integration involves the incremental extension of all four of the EU's freedoms to Ukraine, a process that Mr. Klimkin acknowledged would be very difficult because of the fact that the final freedom (movement of people) is so contentious in EU member states. Mr. Klimkin then explained why Ukraine's relations with the EU are so important for the country. He pointed out that Ukrainian society is sharply divided between East and West but that support for European integration is one factor that unites almost all Ukrainians. The country's European perspective enjoys over seventy percent support in all parts of the country, so it is crucial for Ukraine's sense of purpose and future direction. He added that this high level of support is not about the financial benefits that European integration would bring. Enlargement of the EU is about the reunification of a common history and a common mentality. For Ukraine, integration with the EU is therefore a "civilisational choice". Finally, Mr. Klimkin outlined the current state of EU-Ukrainian relations. Negotiations towards an Association Agreement and Free Trade Agreement have been successful and Ukraine's ambition is to sign these two agreements by the end of 2011. The process of visa liberalisation, which is extremely important for Ukrainians, is also progressing very well. The European Commission recently published a positive report of Ukraine's implementation of the Visa Liberalisation Action Plan and Ukraine hopes to launch the second phase of this Action Plan very soon. According to Mr. Klimkin, the Ukrainian government understands that future progress in relations with the EU depends on Ukraine. For this reason, Ukraine will continue to implement domestic reforms in order to ensure that EU-Ukrainian relations advance in the future. About the Speaker: Pavlo Klimkin is Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. Previously, he was Director of the EU Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
Implementation of the Minsk Agreement is being delayed by Russia. This is the reason why the Ukrainian Parliament cannot adopt the constitutional changes in terms of decentralization, the Ukrainian foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin tells Hromadske. He is convinced that European partners of Ukraine expect the country to transform from a post-soviet reality into a different reality, which could be a part of the European project. Ukraine will keep engaging international organizations to continue putting pressure on Russia. This will help in the exchange of Ukrainian political prisoners, illegally being held in Russia, Klimkin adds. Hromadske International's Nataliya Gumenyuk spoke to the Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin in Kyiv on December, 19th, 2015. This video was originally published on December 22th, 2015. Follow Hromadske International! Ukraine and Eastern Europe, Explained 🤍en.hromadske.ua Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍
The #EPPFamilyTalks episode with Nicu Popescu, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Moldova, and Pavlo Klimkin, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Pavlo Klimkin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine on March 7, 2017 at the Department of State in Washington, D.C.
Pavlo Klimkin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2014–2019) about Ukraine’s EU candidacy prospects, Europe’s requirements for Ukraine and expectations from the EU summit on June 23–24.
(31 Mar 2017) Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin praised a speech by his US counterpart Rex Tillerson in a statement to media in Brussels on Friday. Klimkin said Secretary of State Tillerson "gave a very strong message" stressing that the US stood with Ukraine in fighting Russian aggression. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(2 Mar 2015) Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday that Japan respects the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. Abe made his comments at the beginning of a meeting with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. Klimkin, who started his three-day visit to Japan on Sunday, said he appreciated Abe's commitment to Ukraine and Europe and "values and principles." He is the first Ukrainian major political figure to visit Japan after Russia's annexation of Crimea last year. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
“Ukraine today is the last enthusiast of the European integration,” – stated Pavlo Klimkin, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, during the 9th Kyiv Security Forum, organized by the Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation. “Today Ukraine is in a rather difficult situation: on the one hand, it is the last enthusiast of the EU integration, on the other - we need to fight against Russian aggression, as well as to provide radical changes in the country, particularly with respect to their pace and depth. Despite these difficult conditions, we have that energy and inspiration which help us to move forward and which, in particular, could be used by the EU for its purposes,” – said the Ukrainian Foreign Minister. Regarding the situation in the EU the Ukrainian minister points out two relevant internal and external threats: “The internal deals with whether the EU citizens have today a clear understanding of the organization and its prospects for the future. So far as the parade of referendums that we may see at present provides enough warning signs in this regard. External threats are certainly security issues, including those related to illegal migration from the Middle East. These threats form one difference that distinguishes the current situation in the EU from the previous one. In particular, things happening in the EU represent a real threat to its existence and bring uncertainty in its future and the future of its citizens”. «Україна сьогодні є останніми ентузіастом євроінтеграції», - таку думку висловив під час 9-го Київського Безпекового Форуму, організованого Фондом Арсенія Яценюка "Відкрий Україну", міністр закордонних справ України Павло Клімкін. «Сьогодні Україна знаходиться в досить складній ситуації: з одного боку вона є останнім ентузіастом євроінтеграції, а з іншого - нам необхідно боротись проти російської агресії, а також проводити радикальні зміни країни, зокрема, що стосується їх темпу і глибини. Незважаючи на такі складні умови, у нас є та енергія, натхнення і воля до змін, яка допомагає нам рухатись вперед, і яку, зокрема, міг би використати у свої цілях й ЄС», - зазначив українських міністр закордонних справ. Що стосується ситуації в ЄС, то на думку українського міністра, на сьогодні для нього є дві актуальні внутрішні і зовнішні загрози: «Внутрішні полягають у тому, чи мають на сьогодні громадяни Євросоюзу чітке розуміння цієї організації та її перспективи у майбутньому. І той парад референдумів, які ми спостерігаємо протягом останнього часу, подає досить тривожні сигнали у даному питанні. Зовнішні ж загрози – це, звичайно, безпекові, зокрема, ті, що пов’язані з нелегальною міграцією з Близького Сходу. І ці загрози формують ту відмінність, яка відрізняє сьогоднішню ситуацію в ЄС від тієї, яка була раніше. Зокрема, те, що сьогодні відбувається в ЄС становить реальну загрозу його існуванню і вносить невизначеність у його майбутнє та майбутнє його громадян».
Pavlo Klimkin, Ukraine's foreign minister, discusses the ongoing crisis with Russia and Moscow's continuing provocations with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at the Halifax International Security Forum in Nova Scotia, Canada. The interview was conducted before Russia seized three Ukrainian naval vessels in the Azov Sea off the coast of Crimea that Moscow annexed in 2014. Our coverage is sponsored by L3 Technologies and Leonardo DRS.
Public discussion "The International Dimensions of Regional Conflicts: The cases of Georgia and Ukraine" organized by Heinrich Boell Foundation Tbilisi Office - South Caucasus Region took place in Tbilisi, on December 5, 2019. Pavlo Klimkin, Diplomat, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2014 – 2019) was an invited speaker at the event organized in the framework of Heinrich Boell Foundation's format Boell Talks, which aims to hold public discussions with civil society representatives, experts, and decision-makers on the topics of relevance for Georgia and the South Caucasus.
(4 Jun 2015) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Berlin - 4 June 2015 1. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Ukraine Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin walking into news conference 2. SOUNDBITE (German) Frank-Walter Steinmeier, German Foreign Minister: "You all heard about it yesterday and probably also covered the story that yesterday and today there were strong violations of the ceasefire with heavy artillery involved. We know the number of dead on the Ukrainian army's side, but we don't know the number of separatists killed." 3. Cutaway of news conference 4. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Pavlo Klimkin, Ukrainian Foreign Minister: "Yesterday, terrorists brutally, and I want to emphasise the word brutally, broke the Minsk agreement. They have violated it and consciously started provocations, in which many terrorists were taking part. They used tanks and heavy artillery, which is forbidden according to the Minsk agreement and must have been stored at a safe distance long before the Minsk agreement was put in place." 5. Cutaway of hand 6. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Pavlo Klimkin, Ukrainian Foreign Minister: "Now it's time for Russia to show its willingness to take steps toward peace, but not in the way of a permanent destabilisation of the situation for the suffering Donbass (region), also the whole of Ukraine, but also Russia and the world." 7. Various of Steinmeier and Klimkin STORYLINE The foreign ministers of Germany and Ukraine held talks in Berlin on Thursday about the latest developments in eastern Ukraine. Following their meeting, at a joint news conference, both noted that pro-Russian separatists severely violated a ceasefire agreement signed in Minsk earlier this year. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin, who is in Berlin for the Group of Seven (G7) summit, said that heavy artillery, the use of which the Minsk peace deal bans, was used by separatists in a major battle on Wednesday. He also called on Russia "to show its willingness to take steps toward peace." = Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: info🤍aparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍