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Former NATO Secretary General stood up for Ukraine

Экс-генсек НАТО заступился за УкраинуRasmussen “hard” I walked over to a colleague from the European Commission.

Rasmussen said that the security of Ukraine is a key condition for EU security.

Former NATO Secretary General, Advisor to the President of Ukraine Anders Fogh Rasmussen also criticized the statement of the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker on the membership of Ukraine to NATO and the EU.

“Yesterday’s comments by the cadets of concern. The repulsion of those who aspire to a European future, undermines the EU force to change the neighboring country,” Rasmussen wrote on his Twitter page on Tuesday, September 30.

He also pointed to the importance of Ukraine in the system of collective security in Europe.

“Juncker should recognize that the security of Ukraine is critically important for the EU. The conflict on the threshold of the EU affects all of us,” added the former Secretary General of NATO.

We will remind, on parade in honor of independence Day the President of Ukraine August 24, Petro Poroshenko stated that Ukraine is moving towards full-fledged membership in the European Union and NATO. He noted that the country “chose your path”.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker expressed his disagreement with this statement of the Ukrainian President.

“Recently, my friend told Poroshenko: look, Ukraine is almost the EU and NATO. However, at the moment she is neither there nor there, and it is important to understand it. The Ukraine is not a European country, in the sense of EU membership”, – said Juncker.

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