U.S. and five states, including Georgia, plan to establish an international center against Russian aggression
U.S. and five states, including Georgia, plan to establish an international center against Russian aggression

The United States and five European states, including Georgia, plan to establish an international center against Russian aggression.

Speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Andriy Parubiy made this statement after the meeting with Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the US House of Representatives in Washington. According to him, Paul Ryan became interested in this idea.

“Speaker Ryan became interested in this idea, the realization of which is already underway in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Lithuania and Poland within the inter-parliamentary assembly. We desire to expand this. During the meeting with Paul Ryan we agreed to hold a joint conference on security issues”, – Andriy Parubiy said.

According to Rada Speaker, the creation of the Center envisages unification of the effort at the parliamentary level, which is necessary for the development of a common strategy in order to resist the hybrid threats from Russia. It concerns to challenges in economic, political, energy and security spheres.

According to the Rada speaker, as a part of the conference, expected to be held in autumn, the general vision will be formed.

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