Important recommendations on Ukraine-EU association approved in Strasbourg- MP Kniazhytskyi

Important recommendations on Ukraine-EU association approved in Strasbourg- MP Kniazhytskyi

The EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee at its seventh meeting in Strasbourg approved the statement and recommendations on the need to support the European aspirations of Ukraine.

MP Mykola Kniazhytskyi, co-chairman of the Ukraine-EU Association Committee meeting, told this to Ukrinform.

“The document adopted today records how Ukraine fulfills the association agreement, where we have problems, including where we need the support of the European Union. The document is extremely important because it consistently condemns Russian aggression and human rights violations in the occupied territories by Russian and pro-Russian separatists," Kniazhytskyi said.

According to him, the document underlines the progress of Ukraine in the implementation of the Association Agreement and for the first time states that "in fact, the prospect of its membership in the EU should be considered."

"It is formulated in other words, but the fact that all of Ukraine's European aspirations should be supported is very important, it's good that we adopted this document," the politician said.


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