The Ministry of justice reacted to the idea of the Deputy Minister about the resettlement of migrants in Ukraine

Минюст отреагировал на идею замминистра о расселении мигрантов в Украине

The Ministry of justice reacted to the idea of Deputy justice Minister on European integration Sergei Petukhov about the resettlement of migrants in Ukraine for visa-free regime. About it reports a press-Department service.

It is noted that before Ukraine within the framework of the negotiation process on the visa-free regime with the EU was delivered an unprecedented number of demands by the European Commission – more than 50.

“For our part, our country has fulfilled completely all the obligations undertaken under this process. So now we expect the relevant decision of the European side. At the same time, I want to note that any statements regarding the ability of our countries to take on additional responsibilities through obtaining “bezveze” are just personal opinions of their authors,” – said in the message.

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So, the idea Petukhov “in no way reflects the official position of the Ministry of justice or the head of the Ministry of justice Pavel Petrenko”.

“In particular, I wish to announce that the publication in Facebook the Deputy Minister of justice Sergey Petukhov and his thoughts on the possibility of Ukraine’s quota for the resettlement of migrants is its personal position as a citizen and a man who took part in the respective negotiation process”, – added in Department.

Earlier, males were expressed on his page opinion that Ukraine could propose the EU to undertake voluntarily a quota for the resettlement of migrants in order for the Ukrainians to get a visa-free regime.

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After some time, Petukhov said that it was his personal opinion and not the position of the Ministry.


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