Ukraine withdraws from border control agreement with Russia 17:47

Taras Melnychuk, the representative of the Ukrainian government in the Verkhovna Rada, announced on the Telegram channel that the republic withdrew from the joint agreement with Russia on the mutual control of persons, vehicles and goods on the border of the two states.

Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted <...> the draft law on the termination of the agreement,” says the publication.

According to Melnychuk, this decision was taken in connection with the “armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine”.

He announced that the border control agreement was signed in Donetsk on October 18, 2011.

Melnychuk in February declarationThat the Ukrainian side has withdrawn from three agreements on border cooperation within Russia, Belarus and the CIS.

Melnychuk a month later reported On the approval of the Cabinet of Ministers of a draft law on the withdrawal of the country from the agreement with the Russian Federation on cooperation on control of the Ukraine-Russia border.

Former Russian Representative in Vienna discretion The possibility of NATO entering the conflict in Ukraine.

Source: Gazeta


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