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Ucraïna: Els eurodiputats condemnen els actes terroristes i diuen que les sancions contra Rússia han de mantenir

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140308-ukraine-protests-03_28495d96723b0a298deeac475152b96bEU sanctions against Russia should stay in place until it changes its aggressive policy in Ukraine, respects the ceasefire, withdraws its troops and stops supporting separatists, says Parliament in a resolution voted on Thursday (15 January). MEPs condemned “acts of terrorism” in Ukraine, urged the EU to come up with a plan to counter the Russian ‘information war’ and help Ukraine to carry out reforms, cope with its humanitarian and health emergency and enhance its defence capabilities.
MEPs strongly condemn Russia’s “aggressive and expansionist policy” and “the acts of terrorism and criminal behaviour committed by the separatists and other irregular forces in Eastern Ukraine”. They urge the EU Council at its March 2015 meeting to maintain current EU sanctions against Russia and approve benchmarks for lifting them.
Aquests han d'incloure respectar l'alto el foc, la retirada incondicional de les tropes russes i els grups armats il·legals, l'intercanvi de tots els presos i el restabliment del control d'Ucraïna sobre tot el seu territori, incloent Crimea.In cas de noves accions russes desestabilitzen Ucraïna, el Consell hauria d'ampliar la gamma de sancions per incloure el sector nuclear i les transaccions financeres internacionals.
canals polítics i diplomàtics amb Rússia, però, han de romandre oberts, afegeix el text.
Counter the ‘information war’
MEPs call on the EU to pay particular attention to the “information war” pursued by Russia and ask the Commission to propose, within two months, a communication strategy to counter the Russian propaganda campaign directed at the EU, its eastern neighbours and Russia itself.
Ajuda amb reformes i ajuda humanitària
MEPs called on the EU to deliver “more substantial technical assistance”, including deploying advisers and experts, to help Ukraine to implement reforms. They note that since the Council lifted the arms embargo on Ukraine on 16 July, there are “no objections” to EU countries supplying defensive arms to Ukraine, and suggest that the EU consider helping Ukraine to enhance its defence capabilities.
The EU should also do more to help tackle the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, including Crimea, say MEPs, citing the plight of internally displaced persons and the health emergency in eastern Ukraine, “with hospitals not fully functioning and a shortage of medicines and vaccines”.
Els diputats europeus van demanar a la Comissió Europea que presentés un pla d'acció humanitària a Ucraïna al Parlament Europeu en els pròxims dos mesos.

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