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Candidate for prime minister of Netherlands said he would throw away EU-Ukraine agreement
15:11, 27 February 2017
Candidate for prime minister of Netherlands said he would throw away EU-Ukraine agreement

Dutch Lower House of Parliament supported the association with Ukraine on February 23

15:11, 27 February 2017

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The representative of Christian-democratic political party of Netherlands (Christian Democratic Appeal, CDA) Sybrand Buma during the TV debates on Sunday, February 26, on the eve of national elections which will take place on March 15, stated that he would trow the bill on ratification of EU-Ukraine association to the wastepaper basket if he becomes Prime Minister. This was reported by EUobserver.

Edition notes that Buma who hopes to become the next leader of the Netherlands, from the very beginning said he couldn't predict what he would do, but later said he would withdrawn the ratification of the document. 

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