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Svoboda - Ukrainian nationalist political party

July 13 Oleh Pankevych's comment as to the statements of the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Lavrov

During the 9th July meeting in Moscow between the Foreign Ministers of Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov and his Italian counterpart Federica Mogherini, Mr Lavrov afforded a number of attacks vis-a-vis Ukraine.

July 12 Yuri Syrotiuk: Military men located in the zone of Anti-Terroristic Operation (ATO) need appropriate social guarantees and medical insurance

On the 11 July 2014, Svoboda's MPs Yuriy Syrotiuk and Sviatoslav Hanenko have once again visited the "ATO zone". MPs visited Slavyansk, Shastya, Svatove and the Headquarters of ATO that is located in Dovhenke village. They also attended Kharkiv military hospital where they visited the Leader of Krasnolyman "Svoboda" Oleksyi Slepzov and discussed the main concerns regarding medical support with the staff and military men.

July 9 Taras Osaulenko met with representatives of UN Headquarters' Mission

On 9 July, Svoboda's MP Taras Osaulenko met with the experts from the UN Headquarters' mission Chetan Kumar, Charles Chauvel and Kurtmolla Abdulganiyev. During the meeting, participants discussed the situation in Ukraine and talked about the ways to resolve the difficulties currently faced by Ukraine in political, social and economic arena. Taras Osaulenko noted:

July 8 Political Council of "Svoboda" approved a number of resolutions following the Revolution of Dignity and the presidential election

On 30 June, the political council of "Svoboda" held a meeting in Kyiv. The council supported the resolution of the All-Ukrainian Conference of "Svoboda", which was held on 7 and 14 June 2014 following the Revolution of Dignity and the presidential election.

July 5 Oleh Tiahnybok: The gas transportation system should belong to the Ukrainian people and be controlled by the Parliament

According to Oleh Tiahnybok, the gas transportation system should belong to the Ukrainian people and be controlled by the Parliament.

July 2 Oleh Tiahnybok: Martial law should be introduced in the East of Ukraine, because it is an effective method to counter the terrorists and will show the Ukrainian society that the Government is doing everything to defeat the invaders

"The fraction of "Svoboda" supports the National Security and Defence Council's decision to re-start the anti-terrorist operation. However, we are surprised that the Parliament has not received from the President and the National Security Council a request to introduce Martial law in Luhansk and Donetsk regions. We believe that Martial law in those areas will show the Ukrainian society that the Government is doing everything possible to defeat the invader." - said the Leader of Svoboda Oleh Tiahnybok at the Parliament on 1 July 2014.

June 28 Yuri Syrotiuk: Supporters of terrorists should not be at international negotiations table. They must be in prison!

Yuriy Syrotiuk has recently addressed the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. The MP asked to explain who was represented by the leader of movement "Ukrainskyy vybir" ("Ukrainian choice") Victor Medvedchuk and the Ukrainian MP Nestor Shufrich at negotiations held on 23 June 2014. The negotiations were held in Donetsk and involved OSCE, Russia, terrorist organisations DPR (Donetsk People's Republic) and LPR (Luhansk People's Republic).

June 25 Anatolyy Vytiv: Ukrainians did not authorise Poroshenko to conduct separate negotiations with terrorists

Svoboda's MP Anatolyy Vytiv offered a comment recently regarding the negotiations with terrorists that took place in Donetsk on 23 June, and where Victor Medvedchuk, Nestor Shufrich, Leonid Kuchma, Oleh Tsarev and representatives of DPR and LPR participated. According to him, Maidan, Ukrainian society, and soldiers, who are risking their lives whilst fighting in Donbas to protect territorial integrity of Ukraine, did not authorise the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko to conduct separate negotiations with terrorists.

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