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A.Parubiy: Jean Monnet still helps to reshape parliament

( Information Department of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Secretariat )

Once the Conciliation Board commenced, the Chairman of the Parliament brought the audience up to speed on the broad gathering on November 22-24 held through the offices of Pat Cox, ex-President of the European Parliament, in France.

The meeting had a Jean Monnet Activities format under attendance of all the parliamentary factions of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, being dedicated to reforming the parliament. There was taken a set of important recommendations at the sitting.

The Chairman voiced his hope that the resolutions would soon be implemented at this chamber.


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