After the report by the Security Service of Ukraine on events in Dnipropetrovs'k the parliament passed to the agenda, ForUm correspondent reports.

In particular, the MPs are considering ratification of international agreements.

The presidium of the parliament is still being blocked by opposition MPs, but vice speaker Adam Martyniuk is holding the session from a deputy's seat.

The MPs have already adopted the law "On ratification of intergovernmental agreement with Japan on cooperation in overcoming aftermaths of emergency situations at NPP," with 267 votes in favour.   


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