Ukraine's top diplomat suggests allowing dual citizenship
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin believes that it is necessary to allow dual citizenship in Ukraine.
The foreign minister delivered the comment while speaking at a short briefing on the Odesa pier near the USS Donald Cook, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
“I consider it necessary to allow dual citizenship ... Yes, we need it. However, under no circumstances should there be dual citizenship with the aggressor state. This will be discussed only after they return Donbas and Crimea back to us,” said Klimkin.
Read alsoSelf-deception: Hungary first generously hands out passports to Ukrainians, then struggles with "new Hungarians"He also clarified that dual citizenship will help attract foreign specialists to work in Ukraine. “[Imagine] how many great professionals could come from other countries to help us with reforms. Look at the situation with Ulana Suprun [Acting Minister of Health of Ukraine] , whatever many had said... We have to come to this [dual citizenship], but clearly define who can claim it,” Klimkin said.