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Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Rybak asked the ambassadors of the European Union to inform their governments about the situation in Ukraine’s Parliament regarding the blocking of EU tasks by opposition, he said during a meeting with the ambassadors of the EU member states, ForUm correspondent reports.
"The President of Ukraine, government and the Verkhovna Rada have almost done a large amount of homework in order to sign an Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU. At the same time, the opposition blocking can be viewed as a way to shift the responsibility for failure of the European aspirations of Ukraine and its people to political opponents and government elected by the people," he said.
According to Rybak, the leaders of the parliamentary opposition turn the state with 45 million people into a hostage to their own political interests and put in jeopardy the possibility of signing an Association Agreement.
He stressed that the legislation allowing Tymoshenko to go to Germany for treatment could be adopted by the Parliament in the spring of 2012, but then she and her political force in Parliament refused to do it.