In the Parliament made a proposal to denounce the agreement with Russia on the black sea fleet
The group of deputies has submitted to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine the draft law on denunciation of the agreement between Ukraine and the Russian Federation black sea fleet of the Russian Federation in Ukraine ", is notified on the Internet representation Happy on the first day of the week.
Also people's deputies made a companion bill on denunciation of the agreement between Ukraine and the Russian Federation on the status and conditions of stay of the black sea fleet of the Russian Federation within Ukraine, the agreement between Ukraine and the Russian Federation on the parameters of division of the black sea fleet and the agreement between the government of Ukraine and the government of the Russian Federation on mutual settlements related to the division of the black sea fleet and the fleet's presence in Ukraine.
The texts of the documents on the Internet representation Happy as long as there are no.
The Ukrainian Parliament In prosesi Thursday denounced the agreement on transit of the Russian military. Also, the Ukrainian Parliament adopted a law on denunciation of the intergovernmental agreement between Kiev and the capital of Russia on cooperation in the military sphere, denounced the agreement of Ukraine and the Russian Federation on cooperation in the field of military intelligence, the agreement of Ukraine and the Russian Federation on the protection of proprietary information.
Crimea and Sevastopol became the Russian regions after the 16 March 2014 referendum in which an overwhelming number of voters (96, 77%) with a turnout of 83, 1% were in favor of reunification with Russia. The corresponding agreement was signed on 18 March, it was approved by the State Duma and the Federation Council. They Also adopted the Federal constitutional law on education of 2 new regions of the Russian Federation - Republic of Crimea and the Federal city of Sevastopol. The head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin has signed both documents.