Prime Minister Alexey Goncharuk during a speech at the British Royal Institute of international Affairs Chatham House, stressed the importance of consolidation of efforts in countering the Russian Federation as the aggressor.
The head of the Cabinet reported in Facebook.
“Had the honor just to speak at the Royal Institute of international Affairs Chatham House, and answer a number of questions from the audience. The audience is impressive – more than 200 really strong business representatives, government agencies and journalists. Talking about complex, difficult but very interesting questions on the reform on the agenda of the Ukrainian government. The rule of law. Deregulation of the energy market. The law on the circulation of lands” – wrote the Prime Minister.
As noted by the head of government, he once again stressed the importance of consolidating the efforts of European States in opposing Russia as the aggressor country, particularly in the energy sector – in the context of the construction of the Nord stream-2.
“Noted the importance of diversification of gas supplies to Europe. This is a key factor of energy security of European countries and the quality of services in the framework of the regional energy market” – said Goncharuk.
As reported, Prime Minister Alexey Goncharuk on November 21-22, is on a working visit to London to participate in the first investment summit of the European Bank for reconstruction and development for member countries of the Eastern partnership.