TBILISI, December 02. /ITAR-TASS/. In connection with the recent developments in Ukraine, vice speaker of the country’s Verkhovna Rada (parliament) Ruslan Koshulinsky intends to cut short his visit to Tbilisi where he arrived on Sunday to attend a regular session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova (GUAM) regional co-operation group.
Koshulinsky told reporters in Tbilisi that he intended “to cut short a visit to Tbilisi today and return to Ukraine in connection with a dangerous situation in Kiev.” According to him, “what is happening in Ukraine may cause a serious political crisis in the country, it is not excluded that this may result in the government change and impeachment of the president.”
According to preliminary information, Koshulinsky intended to take a flight to Kiev on Monday afternoon.
He said he had told the participants in the opening PA GUAM regular two-day meeting that he intended to cut short his visit to Tbilisi. The PA GUAM meeting will focus on issues of economic and parliamentary co-operation and European integration of the assembly member states, the role of inter-parliamentary co-operation in the sphere of maintaining international and regional security and other matters.