EU urges Kiev to pursue reforms amid bezveza

ЕС призывает Киев продолжать реформы на фоне безвиза

The President of Slovakia called the beginning bezveza beautiful day for Ukrainians, and Slovaks.

European Council President Donald Tusk called congratulated Ukrainians on the beginning of action of a visa-free regime between Ukraine and the European Union.

“The day that will be remembered. Visa-free travel for Ukrainians, have become a reality. It brings us together,” wrote Tusk in Twitter.

A day to remember. Visa free travel for Ukrainians now a reality. Bringing us closer together ????

— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) 11 Jun 2017

The President of Slovakia Andrej Kiska called on Ukraine not to stop on the path of reform after the introduction of a visa-free regime with the countries-members of the European Union.

“I want you to call to you in the future implemented reforms. Reforms require a lot of effort. This means that you must continue to comply with them, and I will tell you that it puts before the people a lot of demands, but trust me that this is very beneficial for you,” said Pussy at a joint press conference with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in the Slovak-Ukrainian border.

The President of Slovakia called the beginning bezveza beautiful day for Ukrainians, and Slovaks.

Bezviz started: online broadcast from the border of Ukraine and the EU

“This day is hidden a lot of effort, lot of hard work. Ukraine has fulfilled its promises and did the same and the European Union. It should be: everyone should perform their duties”, he added

Pussy assured that Slovakia will continue to support Ukraine to “she was sent to the European Union, where you have to be.”

We will remind, today, 11 June 2016, came into force on visa-free regime of Ukraine with the EU. Now the citizens of Ukraine who have biometric passports may visit EU countries for up to 90 days every 180 days.
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