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Pushkov pirmininkas Rusijos Valstybės Dūmos komiteto tarptautinių reikalų, lanko per spaudos konferenciją MaskvojeRusija privalo pripažinti jį tiesiogiai dalyvauja Ukrainoje konflikto ir turi būti atkurta tarptautinė teisė, Užsienio reikalų komiteto nariai sakė Aleksejus Pushkov (nuotraukoje), kėdė Valstybės Dūmos komiteto tarptautinių reikalų Pirmadienį (9 vasario) vakare. Be diskusijų, jie taip pat suabejojo ​​Pushkov kodėl jo šalis nesilaikė savo įsipareigojimų pagal rugsėjo Minsko protokolą.

“The European Parliament has always considered relations with Russia to be important,” said Elmar Brok (EPP, DE), Chair of the EP Foreign Affairs Committee, stressing the need for peace in Europe: “We do not want to go back to the situation of the last century with wars again and again”, to “go back to the ravages of the past.” However, “the misperceptions we could have had are no ground for attacking the sovereignty of a country”, he stressed.

Low intensity conflict vs. “big problem for the European security”

“This war can go on for a long time at a low level of intensity” but it can also “enlarge itself and start to really represent a big problem for the European security,” Pushkov told MEPs, referring to the possibility of deliveries of arms by the US to Ukraine. “There is no military solution to the war,” he said and welcomed the plan presented by Chancellor Merkel of Germany and President Hollande of France.

Statusas Donbasu itin

Within the political solution, “the status of (Eastern Ukrainian) territories is crucial,” Pushkov underscored. “This area has to have a special status” and Ukraine “cannot remain a unitary state,” he said. “Donbas must remain part of Ukraine” but people there “have to be given guarantees of security,” he also told MEPs and suggested that if the EU and its member states were to guarantee the ceasefire on the side of the Ukrainian government, then Russia could “exercise its influence” over the “insurgents”.

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 In the debate, many MEPs pointed to Russia’s responsibilities in putting an end to the violence in Ukraine. Many criticiszed its failure to respect the Minsk agreement and expressed doubts as to whether a new agreement could be very different from the text of the September protocol. They also wondered whether there were any legal arrangements between Russia and the separatists in terms of arms deliveries and criticized Russia for not respecting its commitments under the Budapest memorandum on security assurances to Ukraine, the Helsinki Final Act and other international treaties.

Kai kurie parlamentarai atkreipė dėmesį į Rusijos atsisakymą užtikrinti prieigą prie jos teritorijos į Europos Parlamento narių iš, o mažuma nurodyta, ką jie mato, kaip JAV intervencijos į Ukrainą ir jos įtaka ES politikos vis-à-vis Rusiją.

“Russia must accept it is part of the conflict,” said Brok, adding that “there has been an annexation, Russian soldiers and weapons are in Ukraine.” He concluded that “to have the peace in Europe we have to have the international law applied”.

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