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Ukraine will Become a NATO Member - Andriy Parubiy

The fact that Ukraine will become a member of NATO, there is no doubt. Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy said this at a meeting of the inter-parliamentary council of the NATO-Ukraine.

According to him, in Ukraine under the Russian aggression is building a new national security system, which in the future should be based primarily on it own capabilities. However, Ukraine needs efficient external security guarantees and comprehensive assistance to overcome the external aggression and Russian propaganda.

Andriy Parubiy noted that during the Russian aggression public policy support to Ukraine's membership in NATO has grown significantly. Today, almost half of the country's citizens support Ukraine's accession to NATO, which indicates a fundamental change in the minds of Ukrainians in recent years.

"We believe that the current solution is the NATO Bucharest summit 2008 that Ukraine will become a NATO member. We are convinced that this decision will be implemented. Suppose that over time, but without a doubt, Ukraine will become a NATO member ", - Andrei Parubiy said.

 
Posted by: Юка Хопс, 2016-06-14 12:11:25 | comments

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