Ukrainian parliament speaker Parubiy: Development of economy needs termination of Russian aggression

Ukrainian parliament speaker Parubiy: Development of economy needs termination of Russian aggression

The termination of Russian aggression is crucial for the development of economic cooperation and good neighborliness between the Black Sea region countries.

 "Our region is particularly sensitive to the aggression of the Russian Federation," Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Parubiy said at the meeting of the Economic, Commercial, Technological and Environmental Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation, the Verkhovna Rada press service reports.

Russian troops now stay in Moldova, Georgia, Ukraine, and, therefore, Russian aggression is in its active phase, he recalled.

"We feel it every day in Crimea, in Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Obviously, in order to ensure the harmonious development of the economies of our countries, it is extremely important to call on the Russian Federation to stop the aggression and move on to economic cooperation and good neighborliness," the speaker emphasized.

The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada also noted that over 25 years of its existence PABSEC had become "a solid foundation of cooperation between the Black Sea region countries." According to him, Ukraine views the restoration of its territorial integrity as a very important element of this cooperation.


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