• Tuesday, 16 April 2024

Mitreski at Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine: As history has shown, democratic values ​​will defeat aggression

Mitreski at Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine: As history has shown, democratic values ​​will defeat aggression

Skopje, 24 February 2024 (MIA) - Speaker of the Parliament of North Macedonia, Jovan Mitreski, at the invitation of the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Ruslan Stefanchuk, is paying a visit to Kiev on Saturday on the occasion of the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine. As part of the visit, Mitreski addressed a special session of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. 

 

In his address to the Ukrainian MPs and officials, Mitreski reaffirmed unwavering and unequivocal support and solidarity for Ukraine, the Ukrainian institutions and the Ukrainian people, pointing out that the citizens of the Republic of North Macedonia continue to stand by the Ukrainian people for all the help and support necessary, the Parliament said in a press release. 

 

Mitreski expressed confidence that, as history has shown, democratic values ​​will defeat aggression, and cooperation will be aimed towards talks for a better standard of living, prosperity and development, cultural cooperation and exchange. 

 

 

Speaker Mitreski pointed out that they were in Kiev today to send a message of peace, understanding, tolerance and respect, as well as a message of unity of the democratic world in support of Ukraine.

 

He noted that the Russian aggression against Ukraine is a warning to everyone that peace, independence and freedom should not be taken for granted.

 

"But all this evil and injustice did not break the spirit of Ukraine, it did not break the will of the brave Ukrainian people to resist the aggression and fight for the territorial sovereignty of their own country and for their own independent and free future" Mitreski added, as cited in the press release. 

 

Photo: Parliament of the Republic of North Macedonia