Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin will make an official visit to Japan on March 1-3.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Yevhen Perebyinis said this at a briefing on Tuesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.
"During the talks the main attention will be paid to the development of possible timing and format of the Japanese Prime Minister's visit to Ukraine and to the coordination of organizational issues and documents that will be prepared for signing," Perebyinis said.
He noted that it is also expected to discuss the topical issues of Ukrainian-Japanese cooperation. These are, in particular, Japan's increasing humanitarian and financial assistance to Ukraine, the prospects of development of bilateral trade and economic cooperation, deepening cooperation in the fields of energy and industry, and also cooperation in the search for possible ways to improve the municipal sector in Ukraine.