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The Tribunal for Putin (T4P) global initiative was set up in response to the all-out war launched by Russia against Ukraine in February 2022.

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Monitoring of Ukraine to continue because of “stagnation”

05.03.2007    source:
PACE Co-rapporteur Renate Wohlwend would not like to give a timescale for an end to monitoring. Many of the people she has met in the last few days express concern that Ukraine is experiencing a period of stagnation

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Monitoring Committee Co-rapporteur, Renate Volvend would be hesitant to give a timescale for suspending monitoring of Ukraine. She spoke of this after a meeting with Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych.

“With regard to when the monitoring procedure may be terminated, I can’t say anything at present. We saw many people and many of the sources and people whom we met said that there was a lot of concern about the fact that Ukraine is experiencing a period of stagnation at present. They don’t use the word “crisis”, they say “stagnation”, Ms Volvend said.
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