State Policy on De-Occupation Instituted
A commission will be assembled to address how to de-occupy occupied territories.
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The Verkhovna Rada supported the creation of a Provisional Special Commission that is aimed to push legislative activity regarding the issue of return of the occupied territories to the control of Ukraine.
316 MPs voted for Law No. 2268 on the Establishment of a Commission on the Formation and Implementation of State Policy for the Restoration of Territorial Integrity and Securance of Sovereignty.
At least once a month, the commission will assemble to find ways to de-occupy Donbas and reintegrate the illegally annexed Crimea involving representatives of the President, Cabinet of Ministers, Ministry of Defense, Armed Forces, special forces (SBU, National Guard, etc).
The commission includes 12 Members of Parliament. Serhiy Rakhmanin, from the party Voice appointed as chair, and Oleksandr Kornienko, the Servant of People as the Deputy Chair.