Mr. Speaker, no one has done more for Ukraine than this Conservative government.
The Prime Minister has visited Ukraine on a number of occasions. We have hosted President Poroshenko here in the House. I have been to Ukraine on two occasions to see for myself the situation on the ground.
It is this government that began free trade negotiations with the Ukrainian government. We continue to pursue those negotiations. Our negotiators are at the table, hoping to complete negotiations in the short term so Ukrainians can benefit from more open markets.
In the meantime, we are also stepping in, supporting democracy, transparency and governance within that country.