"We still say that the main responsibility for this negative developments that are affecting mostly the Ukrainian people are a consequence of their intervention, of the United States and the European Union," George Loukaides said.
Loukaides added that the European Union position toward Moscow is counterproductive as anti-Russia sanctions do nothing to resolve the Ukraine crisis.
The lawmaker also said that Cyprus opposed the restrictive measures currently in place against Russia.
Cyprus is an EU member state and, last year, joined the European Union in imposing economic sanctions on Russia over Moscow's alleged role in the Ukraine crisis.
The West denounced the March 2014 Crimea referendum that resulted in the Black Sea peninsula rejoining Russia from Ukraine.
The United States and the European Union have also accused Russia of stirring up the armed conflict in Ukraine's east, a claim the Kremlin consistently denies.