MP: Foreign Affairs Committee supports breaking diplomatic relations with Russia
The decision was approved during the meeting of the committee
The Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee approved the decision to break diplomatic relations with the Russian Fedration, informed Member of Ukrainian parliament Volodymyr Parasyuk on his Facebook.
“The Foreign Affairs Committee approved the decision to break diplomatic relations with the Russian Federation. The discussion lasted for over an hour. It wasn’t easy to observe how representatives of executive power and some MPs acted like defense lawyers of the aggressor state. But the decision has been approved”, - Parasyuk wrote.
“Those who didn’t vote for this decision or voted against it put forward arguments that breaking diplomatic relations with Russia is wrong and unethical, because our people work there and such a situation can negatively influence our relations”, - Parasyuk informed.
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