The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that the attempts to stem or stop the movement of Ukraine to membership in the European Union and NATO would be a violation of the Constitution. The head of state noted that the European integration movement of our country enshrined in the basic law and is binding on all levels of government.
All attempts to stop the movement in the EU and NATO are unconstitutional.
"If we stop the process, then, first- that would be unconstitutional. Because the Constitution enshrines our European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine. And no one, no officer has no right to violate the Constitution and stop this process," the President said in an interview during a working visit to France, reports mediaUA, with reference to the press service of the head of state.
Petro Poroshenko stressed that he will do all he can to continue the European integration of Ukraine. "It paid a big price. And to those victims who have paid the Ukrainian people was not in vain", - he said.
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Answering the question of journalists about concerns of Western leaders regarding a possible change of course of Ukraine, the President noted that there is some concern within the change course of Ukraine and not only at the level of European leaders.
"If Ukraine itself will stop and will raise the issue of the development of our European and Euro-Atlantic integration, depending on, what will the Kremlin, or somehow we drag our feet through the conduct of on any grounds, including the referendum. I believe that this is the path astray," - said Petro Poroshenko.
"The referendum will be held when they opened the doors of the European Union and Ukraine will delegate some of their sovereign powers to the EU. As it did, every country that aspired to become EU member ", - stressed the Head of state.
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