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Chairman of Verkhovna Rada offers to hold NATO PA session in Kyiv
16:07, 29 May 2017
Chairman of Verkhovna Rada offers to hold NATO PA session in Kyiv

Andriy Parubiy reminded that the last time session took place in Bulgaria that was not NATO-member

16:07, 29 May 2017

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Andriy Parubiy, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada appealed to the representatives of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly with the offer to hold the next Assembly’s session in Kyiv. He claimed this to 112 Ukraine after the Spring Session of NATO PA.

‘During my contribution at the NATO PA session, I appealed to the representatives to consider the letter that I passed to the President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly to hold one of the near sessions in Kyiv. We have the positive experience, because the last Parliamentary Assembly was held in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2002. This country was not a part of NATO but now Bulgaria is a member of NATO. I summoned all members of the Parliamentary Assembly to hasten the day when Ukraine and Georgia will take part in the Parliamentary Assembly as members of NATO’, Parubiy claimed. 

According to Parubiy, the way to stop Russian aggression was discussed during the session of the Parliamentary Assembly on May 29.

Ukraine passed the analytical report of the connection between Russia and terroristic organization in the Middle East and Central Asia to the vice president of NATO Parliamentary Assembly and members of national delegations during the session of NATO PA. 

Ukraine gave the analytical report of the connection between Russia and terroristic organization in the Middle East and Central Asia to the vice president of NATO Parliamentary Assembly and members of national delegations during the session of NATO PA. 

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