The Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, will consider today a bill on the termination of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership between Ukraine and the Russian Federation.
The parliament also plans to consider a draft law on the ratification of the agreement between Ukraine and the Netherlands to extend the agreement between the countries on the International mission for the investigation of the MH-17 flight crash until August 1, an UNIAN correspondent reports.
In addition, the Verkhovna Rada will consider an issue of amending the agreement between Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine on the creation of a joint military unit.
The lawmakers will also vote a set of national security and defense issues, including the draft law on the adjacent zone of Ukraine, as well as demining.
The issues proposed to be included in the agenda include the bill on the bar and advocacy, as well as the draft law on the protection of information space.
The parliament should also consider a draft resolution on the preliminary report of the Temporary Investigation Commission on theft in army in 2004-2017.