After Ukraine's victory, new peacekeeping institutions may appear across the world, the Canadian ambassador said
Following Ukraine’s victory in the war with russia the international order can be strengthened by new institutions emerging at international arena.
These are the words of the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Canada to Ukraine Larisa Galadza at the Kyiv Security Forum, founded by Arseniy Yatsenyuk Foundation “Open Ukraine”.
“Ukraine itself must determine what its victory means,” the Ambassador said.
“For Canada, the victory means increasing the authority and influence of our Alliance, as well as strengthening the international order. It also means the reformed, novelty, and more efficient institutions ensuring peace and security in all formats. This is what we are striving for,” she said.
Larisa Galadza also noted that this standpoint is shared across all platforms where the issue of Ukraine is discussed – the NATO, the UN, the G7, and the G20.
“And this fight is important both for Ukraine and for all of us. The victory of Ukraine envisages the total and complete defeat of russia in the military and political sense, as well as impossibility for Russia to interfere into all processes in our countries, the way they often do now. russia often resorts to destabilizing efforts and rocking the state of affairs in our countries,” the ambassador said.