Council of Europe Leader Talks to Ukrainian Parliament President
Tiny Kox, Member of Parliament and President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe have visited President Ruslan Stefanchuk of the Ukrainian Parliament Verchevna Rada. The visit also discussed the reconstruction of Ukraine after the war.
The Council of Europe is an international human rights organization of which 46 European countries are members. The Parliamentary Assembly is composed of 324 parliamentarians who come from the national parliaments of the member states. The assembly prepares reports on, among other things, discrimination, human rights and the rule of law in the member countries.
“A constructive meeting with the chairman of the Verchevna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk in Lviv,” Kox wrote on Twitter. “We discussed the role of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in addressing the consequences of Russian aggression and war crimes in Ukraine.”
Kox had gone to Lviv with other assembly members, including Secretary-General Marija Pejcinovic Buric.