The government continues to withdraw Ukraine from cooperation agreements within the framework of the Commonwealth of Independent States and breaks a number of agreements. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal announced this during the government meeting.
"The government continues its policy of withdrawing from various kinds of cooperation agreements within the CIS, so today we are denouncing, that is, we are actually breaking the agreement on radio navigation support and agreements that relate to civil aviation," Shmygal said.
He added that Ukraine is part of the relevant international and bilateral treaties in these areas, therefore the denunciation of these agreements with the CIS is "a response to Russia's violation of international law and the annexation of our territories."
As we reported before, the Cabinet of Ministers has decided to terminate the agreement between the governments of Ukraine and Russia on the mutual establishment of trade missions.
The department noted that such a decision is logical, since the agreement does not meet the national interests of Ukraine.