NATO adopted resolution on solidarity with Ukraine
20:23, 12 October 2015

NATO adopted resolution on solidarity with Ukraine

The resolution was approved unanimously, the member of Ukrainian delegation stated

20:23, 12 October 2015

NATO Parliamentary Assembly

Resolution on solidarity with Ukraine was adopted by NATO Parliamentary Assembly (PA), the member of the Ukrainian delegation and people's deputy Mustafa Nayem wrote on his Facebook page.

"Resolution “Solidarity with Ukraine” was unanimously voted for by the NATO PA. We thank the representatives of all delegations for their endorsement of the document. And, by the way, yesterday we had a very constructive discussion with colleagues from the German delegation. German delegates assured that they share our attitude to the illegal Crimea annexation and aggression in the Eastern Ukraine, and expressed willingness to continue joint efforts for peaceful resolution of the conflict. Today the German delegation unanimously supported the Resolution on Solidarity with Ukraine as amended by the Ukrainian delegates," Nayem wrote.

Related: NATO is ready to defend its eastern and southern member states

To the knowledge, NATO Parliamentary Assembly held its 61st Annual Session in Stavanger, Norway during October 9-12. The focus of the autumn session of NATO PA is the Russian aggression against Ukraine, importance of further NATO expansion in order to strengthen security in the Euro-Atlantic space, “the Syrian issue” and further isolation of Russia in the international arena.

The delegation of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (VRU) participated in the autumn session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.

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