Arestovych reacted to Russian President Vladimir Putin's words that NATO bases would be built in Ukraine under the guise of training centers and "missiles will be sent to Moscow."
"How do I put this delicately... With his policy, Putin will reach the point where Ukrainian missiles will be aimed at Moscow in the near future," the speaker of the Ukrainian delegation to the TCG said.
According to Arestovych, Ukraine is working on a missile program, and Ukrainian missiles of operational and tactical level will be able to reach Moscow.
He explained that such actions of Ukraine can be regarded as a response to the aggression of the Russian Federation.
"These are parity actions in response to Russia's actions. Were it not for this aggression, Ukrainian missiles would never have been aimed at any Moscow," he said.
As it was reported earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the NATO's advance in Ukraine are underway and that could make a trouble for Russia.
In addition, Putin expressed concern about the possible emergence of NATO bases in Ukraine under the brand of training centers.