Ukraine has not interest in restoring his country's status as nuclear power, Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko said in an interview for Australian television channel ABC.
"Such a move will be absolutely irresponsible”- he noted.
The Ukrainian President stated that the buildup of nuclear power, which was a technology of the 20th century, was not beneficial for ensuring security in the contemporary world of the 21st century.
Poroshenko told that in the present circumstances an aggressor could be defeated only through world unity. The Ukrainian President reminded that his country had voluntarily renounced its nuclear weapons in return for the guarantee of its security by other countries.
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