"We expect the EU to fulfill its part of the agreement and demonstrate a strong political will in the current international circumstances. Such a will is demonstrated today by the Ukrainian people. Internal political or bureaucratic conflicts can not make Ukraine hostage," Yatseniuk wrote on Facebook after speaking at a session of the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee on Nov. 29, Censor.NET reports citing the People's Front press service.
In his speech Yatseniuk "dwelt on our status quo and Russia's war against Ukraine. I said that we had managed to save the country from economic collapse, that nearly for the first time in history we were able to stand up to a direct Russian aggression and give start to major changes and shifts. I felt the support of MEPs - in their questions and comments, in their sincere interest to how Ukraine is changing."
"Today's discourse within the European Parliament proves that we have many allies. I believe in our common position and pressure for the sake of desired result," Yatseniuk wrote.