Ukraine Foreign relations Stats


Croatia > Date of Establishment February 18, 1992 1992
Date of establishment of relations with China January 4, 1992 2014
Date of recognition of Israel None 2014
Date of recognition of State of Palestine 19 November 1988 1967
Diplomatic relations with Palestine Yes 1967
Diplomatic representation in the US > Ambassador Motsyk, Oleksandr Oleksandr Motsyk 2014
Eurasian Economic Community customs union public opinion 50% 2013 10th out of 12
Nepal > Date of Establishment January 15, 1993 1993
Neutrality start year 2,010 2014 1st out of 8
Recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Grigoriy Nemirya stated that Kiev took an unchangeable and principal position to support Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement calling the recognition a "gross violation of norms and principles of the international law, bilateral and multilateral agreements, in particular the United Nations Charter and Helsinki Accords . Actual annexation of part of Georgian territory through creation and support of the puppet regimes certifies a reanimation of doctrine of 'right of force' in the Russian Federation for solving of international problems. Ukraine categorically reprobates an adventurous decision of Russia to recognise the self-declared independence and calls for international community to combine efforts in relation to absolute confirmation and observance of territorial integrity of Georgia and implementation of the undertaken international obligations of Russia". It also said that the Commonwealth of Independent States are bound to respect the territorial integrity of other CIS states, in this case Georgia. The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Arseniy Yatsenyuk said "only the United Nations can rule on this question. This is factually a violation of international law". President Viktor Yushchenko stressed that Ukraine does not support the decision of Russia to recognise the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. "We are sorry about [the] adoption of such a decision. For Ukraine it is unacceptable therefore we cannot support the position." However, the parliament of Ukraine's Autonomous Republic of Crimea passed a resolution, supporting independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, backing Russia's actions in the regions, and urging the Ukrainian parliament to "accept" the independence of these states. Cite error: There are <ref> tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{reflist}} template (see the help page ). 2014


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