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On February 22, 2016, the Head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Parliament of Ukraine Hanna Hopko had a meeting with the Head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense of the House of Councillors of the Parliament of Japan Masahisa Sato
22 February 2016 12:51

On February 22, 2016, the Head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Parliament of Ukraine Hanna Hopko had a meeting with the Head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense of the House of Councillors of the Parliament of Japan Masahisa Sato.

Hanna Hopko expressed gratitude to the Japanese side for unwavering support of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine as well as providing economic assistance to our country.

The Head of the Foreign Affairs Committee also briefed Masahisa Sato on the current situation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and in the east regions of Ukraine, emphasizing that Russia does not abide by provisions of the Minsk Accords.

During the meeting Hanna Hopko underlined the necessity of reforming the Organization of the United Nations, in particular to modify the mechanism of its decision-making. A unilateral veto by Russia on the Security Council resolution concerning adoption of the international tribunal on the investigation of the MH-17 catastrophe was regarded as an example of poor decision-making.

Masahisa Sato in turn emphasized that Japan would not recognize the change of status-quo in Ukraine unilaterally and by force. He also stressed that Japan stands ready to continue policy of support of the reforms in Ukraine. Masahisa Sato informed about the recent changes in the Japanese legislation in the sphere of defense and security, which were adopted primarily in the context of deteriorating security situation in the Asia-Pacific region.

The sides expressed readiness to develop comprehensive cooperation, including inter-parliamentary dimension. Besides, they emphasized on the importance to closely cooperate within the framework of Security Council as non-permanent members on adoption of the resolution regarding the North Korea.

 

On February 22, 2016 the Head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Parliament of Ukraine Hanna Hopko had a meeting with the Head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense of the House of Councillors of the Parliament of Japan Masahisa Sato.

Hanna Hopko expressed gratitude to the Japanese side for unwavering support of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine as well as providing economic assistance to our country.

The Head of the Foreign Affairs Committee also briefed Masahisa Sato on the current situation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and in the east regions of Ukraine, emphasizing that Russia does not abide by provisions of the Minsk Accords.

During the meeting Hanna Hopko underlined the necessity of reforming the Organization of the United Nations, in particular to modify the mechanism of its decision-making. A unilateral veto by Russia on the Security Council resolution concerning adoption of the international tribunal on the investigation of the MH-17 catastrophe was regarded as an example of poor decision-making.

Masahisa Sato in turn emphasized that Japan would not recognize the change of status-quo in Ukraine unilaterally and by force. He also stressed that Japan stands ready to continue policy of support of the reforms in Ukraine. Masahisa Sato informed about the recent changes in the Japanese legislation in the sphere of defense and security, which were adopted primarily in the context of deteriorating security situation in the Asia-Pacific region.

The sides expressed readiness to develop comprehensive cooperation, including inter-parliamentary dimension. Besides, they emphasized on the importance to closely cooperate within the framework of Security Council as non-permanent members on adoption of the resolution regarding the North Korea.

 

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