“Changing attitudes and mitigating rhetoric against Moscow is blasphemy,” wrote Gerashchenko on Facebook.
“We are preparing a tough reaction to the actions of the (PACE heads) Pedro Agramont. In general, I am sure that only a tough and active position on the international front will force Europeans not to forget about the Crimea and the Donbass and not to forget about the principles ”,she said.
According to her, “Ukraine is now saving Europe - protecting its eastern borders and recalling principles.”
The declaration was also dissatisfied with the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Klimkin. “Extremely surprised and disappointed by the declaration of the Bureau of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe,” he said.
The agency recalls that 24 of June, the PACE Bureau adopted a declaration, which noted the need to establish a dialogue with the Russian Federation.
“To do this, find ways to maintain open channels of communication with the Russian parliament and explore all possibilities for dialogue within parliamentary diplomacy. Our common interests in protecting human rights, democracy and the rule of law - both at the national and international levels - are stronger than the problems that divide us, ”the statement said.
Russia was deprived of the right to vote in PACE in April 2014.