This was stated by Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Parubiy, according to the official website of the Ukrainian parliament.
"Two important documents were signed today [on March 2] - a joint statement by the heads of the parliaments of Georgia and Moldova confirming their commitment to European integration as a single and most effective mechanism for ensuring security, prosperity and long-term stable and democratic development in our countries, as well as an open letter to the heads of the European parliaments on Nord Stream 2's assessment as a factor of destabilization," reads the report.
According to Parubiy, it is necessary to change the approach and attitude towards Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.
"Our countries, now suffering from occupation, defend the EU against aggression coming from Russia. So we must speak with one voice about our problems, about our needs and our position, in order to make our position clearer," he said.
Parubiy also said that he had offered his colleagues to create a trilateral parliamentary assembly between Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.