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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Poroshenko said about the strong faith of Ukraine in the European Union


In no country of Europe does not have such a strong faith in the European Union, like the Ukraine, said Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. According to him, the victory of Brexit in the UK has become a “crisis of faith” and acknowledged that a unified Europe is now experiencing not the best times.”

Photo: press service of the President of Ukraine

Poroshenko is confident that the strong faith of Ukrainians in the EU is not caused by the fact that they do not understand the shortcomings of the EU, and the fact that they perfectly understand what they face alternative.

“Wherever the European idea recedes, it leaves a vacuum that is filled with something painfully familiar in the history of Europe: national selfishness,” Poroshenko said in the article “We believe in Europe,” published in Politico.

The Ukrainian President assured that despite the war and the crisis of faith in Europe, the country will continue to go on EU integration and emphasized that Ukrainians are ready to pay any price for it, as none can become “too high”.

Poroshenko also said that Ukraine faced “unprovoked military aggression” is due to the fact that Kiev has chosen the European path of development.

“The time has come for those who have faith in the European project, to take the initiative,” – said the President of Ukraine.

Note that after the victory of supporters of a British exit from the European Union, some Ukrainian politicians said that Ukraine is ready to replace the Kingdom in the organization.

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