Iryna Vereshchuk

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Iryna Vereshchuk

Iryna Vereshchuk (Ukrainian: Ірина Андріївна Верещук; born 30 November 1979) is a Ukrainian politician who currently serves as the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine since 4 November 2021.


  • We now have a real danger in the protection of critical infrastructure, which includes, for example, our nuclear power plants. This is not a question of Ukraine, right? And we see how the Russian Federation irresponsibly shelling such critical infrastructure, and even more so by announcing such shelling, saying that it will continue to destroy infrastructure, is doing so completely irresponsibly. And Europe and the whole world is silently watching it, in my opinion. But for some reason, the fear that Russia may threaten to start land or other operations prevails. And now we have a question to the signatories of the Budapest Memorandum – the United States and Great Britain – are these really the superpowers that promised to ensure security in this way?

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