The possible deployment of NATO bases in Ukraine does not meet the state interests of the country, said at a press conference, former Deputy of the people's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, member-created "Department of rescue of Ukraine" Volodymyr Oliynyk.
"The issue of security of the state is a neutral state. The presence of NATO bases within the country - this transforms the state to the front line and does not correspond to national interests of Ukraine ", - said Oliynyk.
According to Oleynik, who created the " Committee for the salvation of Ukraine, nominated by the candidate in presidents of the country, it is necessary to find peaceful solutions to conflict and to consolidate all the contracts in the new Constitution, and to accept it in a referendum, so that no President could change it without the consent of the people."
in July, the Ambassador of Ukraine to the USA Valeriy Chaly said that NATO and the United States has increased its capabilities on the border with Ukraine territories. First printed Edition of the new York times, citing U.S. bureaucrats said that the U.S. defense Department is considering placing in the Eastern Europe, heavy weapons. The journal emphasizes that North America have the ability to post on the bases of its European allies in NATO tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and other heavy weapons. The authorities of the countries of the region - Estonia, Lithuania and Poland - have already spoken about the approval of these plans.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on December 23 last year made changes to 2 of the law of the country, renouncing non-aligned status of the country. The Ukrainian authorities believe that he could not guarantee the country's safety.
former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that Ukraine's accession to the Alliance, it will need to achieve a number of features, implementation of which will leave a large number of time. While NATO does not accept countries that have territorial discussions, and Ukraine claims to the Crimea, which became part of Russia following a referendum in March 2014. Experts believe that Ukraine will not be able to qualify for membership in NATO in the next 20 years.