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Parliament session in Kiev on December 6, 2018 (8)

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Ukrainian lawmakers attends the session of Verkhovna Rada to vote on termination of Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation, and Partnership with Russia, in Kyiv, Ukraine, Nov.6, 2018. Russian–Ukrainian Friendship Treaty signed in May 1997 and entered into force in April 1999 for 10 years period, could be automatically extended for ten-year periods provided the parties did not object.

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Ukrainian lawmakers attends the session of Verkhovna Rada to vote on termination of Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation, and Partnership with Russia, in Kyiv, Ukraine, Nov.6, 2018. Russian–Ukrainian Friendship Treaty signed in May 1997 and entered into force in April 1999 for 10 years period, could be automatically extended for ten-year periods provided the parties did not object.

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Ukrainian lawmakers attends the session of Verkhovna Rada to vote on termination of Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation, and Partnership with Russia, in Kyiv, Ukraine, Nov.6, 2018. Russian–Ukrainian Friendship Treaty signed in May 1997 and entered into force in April 1999 for 10 years period, could be automatically extended for ten-year periods provided the parties did not object.

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Ukrainian members of parliament of the Verkhovna Rada, the Supreme Council of Ukraine, vote on a bill in Kiev on December 6, 2018, to terminate the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership with Russia from April 1, 2019. - Russia and Ukraine originally signed the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership in May 1997. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Ukrainian members of parliament of the Verkhovna Rada, the Supreme Council of Ukraine, attend a Parliament session in Kiev on December 6, 2018, ahead of a vote on a bill to terminate the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership with Russia from 1 April 2019. - Russia and Ukraine originally signed the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership in May 1997. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Ukrainian Mps, members of parliament of the Radical Party stand around parliament's tribune as their leader, Oleh Liashko (C), speaks during a Parliament session in Kiev on December 6, 2018, ahead of a vote on the bill to terminate the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership with Russia from 1 April 2019. - Russia and Ukraine originally signed the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership in May 1997. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, the Supreme Council of Ukraine, Andriy Parubiy, speaks to members of parliament in Kiev on December 6, 2018, ahead of a parliamentary vote on the bill to terminate the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership with Russia from April 1, 2019. - Russia and Ukraine originally signed the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership in May 1997. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Ukrainian members of parliament of the Verkhovna Rada, the Supreme Council of Ukraine, react after a successful parliamentary voting in Kiev on December 6, 2018, to terminate the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership with Russia from April 1, 2019. - Russia and Ukraine originally signed the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership in May 1997. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)