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Poroshenko Offers Tony Blair To Join International Advisory Reform Council To President

Poroshenko Offers Tony Blair To Join International Advisory Reform Council To President

In turn, Blair expressed his strong support for Ukraine's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

President Petro Poroshenko has offered former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair to join the International Advisory Reform Council to the President, the presidential press-service said in the press-release.

"The president has invited Tony Blair to share his experience of public administration within the framework of the International Advisory Reform Council to the President of Ukraine," the press-release noted.

When meeting with Tony Blair Poroshenko complained about flagrant violations of the international law by Russia which had been one of the guarantors of the Budapest Memorandum and global security.

Poroshenko stressed Great Britain, the United States and France should further act as guarantors of Ukraine's security and help, in particular, to strengthen its defense capability.

In turn, Blair expressed his strong support for Ukraine's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

"You are facing big challenges in security and reforms," the former U.K. prime minister said.

Tony Blair stressed the international community had a great desire to support Ukraine, and asked about Poroshenko's vision of practical international assistance needed.

According to the Ukrainian president, the May summit of the Eastern Partnership in Riga gave Ukrainian citizens the first practical proof of European solidarity having removed political obstacles to the visa-free regime with the European Union.

As Ukrainian News reported, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Elizabeth II promised to exert further pressure on Russia because of aggression against Ukraine.

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