The report on Ukraine was adopted at the NATO parliamentary Assembly. It is reported by the head of the Ukrainian delegation, people’s Deputy of the “Servant of the people” Egor Chernev on his page in Facebook.
Canada presented the report, which was made a deep analysis of the events in the Donbas, reforms and the situation with freedom of speech.
“Today adopted the report on Ukraine. In some of our canadian colleagues were made thorough and balanced analysis of the Russian-Ukrainian war; economic reforms; reforms in the sphere of defence and security and the situation with freedom of speech,” he stated.
The Ukrainian delegation proposed amendments to terminology and provided new information on the status of reforms. The initiative was supported by the USA, Lithuania, Georgia and Turkey – all the important changes were adopted.
The leadership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will visit Ukraine on a working visit from October 30 to October 31.