Letters of thanks from MPs were sent to David Sassoli,
President of the European Parliament, Nathalie Loiseau, Chair of the European
Parliament's Subcommittee on Security and Defense, David McAllister, Chair of
the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, Petrusch association
between Ukraine and the EU.
Since 2014, Ukraine continues to face Russian military
and hybrid aggression, unprecedented challenges and threats while carrying out
essential democratic reforms aimed at building of the true democratic country
and further EU accession aspirations. Thus, it is of paramount importance for
Ukraine to enjoy EU’s support.
In this regard, the European Parliament resolution on
the situation at the Ukrainian border and in Russian-occupied territories of
Ukraine, adopted on 16 December 2021, condemning the current large Russian
military build-up along the Ukraine`s border and rejecting any Russian
justification for it, serves as an example of our unity and we are grateful to
the European Parliament for that.
The members of the Committees assured their European
colleagues that they fully agreed with the key signals of the Resolution and
expressed hope for the continuation of a structured and regular dialogue with
the EU on security issues, which should be even more ambitious.