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KIEV, January 15. /TASS/. Struggle with terrorism and humanitarian situation in the east of Ukraine were the central items of a discussion that Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavel Klimkin had on Thursday with a delegation of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) led by President Anne Brasseur.
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry’s press service said Brasseur gave assurances to the Ukrainian side PACE would further support the ‘territorial integrity’ and sovereignty of Ukraine.
“In the course of discussion of developments in eastern Ukraine, the delegation was informed on the measures taken by the government to address the social and economic needs of internally displaced persons /re-settlers - TASS/,” the press service said.
The two sides also stressed the importance of cooperation in the sphere of human rights and reforms in Ukraine, including the constitutional reform, the so-called ‘decentralization’, electoral reform, and fighting with corruption, the report said.