Ukraine had coordinated their positions with the “Big seven” and the European Union

Украина скоординировала свои позиции с "Большой семеркой" и Евросоюзом

Photo: administration of the President


Украина скоординировала свои позиции с "Большой семеркой" и Евросоюзом

Украина скоординировала свои позиции с "Большой семеркой" и Евросоюзом

Photo: administration of the President


Украина скоординировала свои позиции с "Большой семеркой" и Евросоюзом

President Petro Poroshenko has coordinated their positions with ambassadors of the G7 and head of the EU delegation to Ukraine Ian Tombinski on the eve of the summit “the Big seven” in Japan. About it reports a press-service of the head of state.

According to the report, the discussion further action was required due to significant changes that have occurred in Ukraine since the last meeting of the President of Ukraine with representatives of the “Big seven” and the European Union.

In particular, Poroshenko informed the ambassadors of the G7 and Jan Tombinski on the program of the new government of Ukraine, which has been formed on the basis of proposals of the National Council reforms, IMF programs and of the Association Agreement EU – Ukraine.

Poroshenko stressed that the continuation of the policy reforms needed for European integration of Ukraine, including the implementation of decentralization and judicial reform.

The President noted the importance of appointing the new Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko and the adoption by Parliament of amendments to the law on Prosecutor’s office, which will allow to implement a General inspection.

Finally, Poroshenko stressed the importance of carrying out necessary reforms for signing of Memorandum with IMF and thanked for their support in reforming of Ukraine and expressed hope for further productive cooperation.

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The President also expressed hope that the EU institutions consider as soon as possible the introduction of visa-free regime for Ukrainians.

As reported, the summit “the Big seven” will take place on 26-27 may on the island of ISE-Shima of the Japanese Prefecture mie. Earlier, Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe promised that he will raise the issue about situation in Ukraine.

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