Thank you very much.
We have the same concerns, and we are ready to face them and to fix them. We believe it is our task as a parliament to do so.
I understand the nature of the concerns. Unfortunately, Ukrainian parliaments still lack appropriate parliamentary oversight over defence and security. This is task number one to fulfill.
Now we are saying openly to our MPs that we are all lobbying for defence weapons for Ukraine, and this is what the Ukrainian people and the Ukrainian army are expecting as well. It's our task to ensure that these weapons are used appropriately and efficiently.
What shall be done? First, we are now working closely on the bill on national security. It has to ensure that there is appropriate civilian control, that is, parliamentary oversight over defence and security, the defence budget, and a transparent change of command for the Ukrainian army. Second, there is the reform of the military industry, which I believe also will contribute to this. The third issue is—and we've also been discussing this with our U.S. partners, and I believe we can extend this discussion to involve you—to establish appropriate inventory and monitoring of the use of international assistance in the area of defence and security. This should also be part of Ukrainian legislation.