Poroshenko thanks diaspora for supporting European aspirations of Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

During the solemn events timed to the 50th anniversary of World Congress of Ukrainians, President noted that Ukraine "took the path of radical transformation"
21:28, 26 August 2017

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President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko emphasizes the important role of the Ukrainian diaspora in supporting Ukraine in the fight against external aggression and supporting the European aspirations of the Ukrainian people. This was announced by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko during the solemn events timed to the 50th anniversary of the creation of the World Congress of Ukrainians.

"I want to commend the active and consistent work of the World Congress of Ukrainians in providing maximum support to Ukraine in its struggle against Russian aggression, on behalf of the Ukrainian people I thank for all efforts to protect the independence and support of the European aspirations of our people," the president said.

Poroshenko stressed that Ukraine "has taken the path of radical transformation", and the fight against corruption, justice reform, macroeconomic stabilization and economic growth are "priority of priorities for ensuring the respectable life of Ukrainian citizens."

"We are consistently working on their implementation, although Russia is now doing everything possible to block our movement, but we have withstood all the enemy's blows and stayed on our feet. We have the grounds to confidently look to the future ... Together we will also win on the informational front of the fight against Russian aggression, because the information war is the basis of a hybrid war, and we will win," the president said.

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