Bolton's visit to Ukraine important for peaceful settlement of situation in Donbas – head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee

Bolton's visit to Ukraine important for peaceful settlement of situation in Donbas – head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee

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Hanna Hopko, the head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Foreign Affairs, believes that the visit of Trump's national security adviser John Bolton to Ukraine will be important for coordinating efforts to de-occupy Crimea and stop Russian aggression in Donbas.

"Bolton's visit is very important for the continuation of diplomatic efforts made by President Poroshenko during telephone conversations and meetings with President Trump in order to coordinate efforts …in de-occupation of Crimea, matters of peaceful settlement, termination of war, Russian aggression in Donbas, making Russia fulfill at least a security component," Hopko said on the air of 112 Ukraine TV channel, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

She also emphasized that the sides would discuss possible deployment of a peacekeeping mission in Donbas.

As reported, President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser John Bolton plans to visit Ukraine next week as part of his tour to Europe and the Middle East.

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