At the Munich conference, where they will attend Vice-President Mike Pence, the foreign Ministers of Germany and France, Ukraine must once again demand that the signatories of the Budapest Memorandum to fulfill their obligations.
This was after a meeting of the conciliatory Council in Parliament was declared by the head of fraction “Radical party” Oleg Lyashko.
“The resumption of fighting in Avdeevka is the desire of Putin and the aggressor force to persuade Ukraine to implement the Kremlin’s plan, in particular, on the eve of the Munich security conference, which will take place on February 17 in Germany. This conference will be attended by the American Vice-President Mike Pence, the foreign Ministers of Germany and France, the President of Ukraine. I think this is a very convenient platform to once again demand that the signatories of the Budapest Memorandum to fulfill their obligations to Ukraine. In particular, security guarantees, territorial integrity and sovereignty of our state”, – said Lyashko.
Recall President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will go to the annual 53rd the Munich security conference, to be held from 17 to 19 February. “Among confirmed this year’s participants – a new UN Secretary-General, antónio Guterres, President of the European Commission Donald Tusk, the head of European diplomacy Federica Mogherini, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the presidents of Poland, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Andrzej Duda, Petro Poroshenko, Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai,” – said in a press release the Munich conference.
Organizers also note that the Ukrainian issue will be top priority to discuss global challenges at the 53rd Munich security conference.
“The program of the conference on the future of transatlantic relations and NATO after the election of Donald trump, the state of cooperation in matters of security and defense, the crisis in Ukraine and relations with Russia, the war in Syria and the security situation in the Asia-Pacific region including the Korean Peninsula. Participants will also discuss the threat of terrorism, information warfare, and threats of global health and climate security”, – explain in a press-service of the Munich conference.