Poroshenko discussed judicial reform, visa-free regime for Ukrainians and financial investigation service with Theresa May

Head of State is paying a working visit to UK

23:10, 19 April 2017

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May discussed visa-free regime for Ukrainians, judicial reform in Ukraine and introduction of financial investigation service. This was reported by the presidential press service.

The parties have, inter alia, discussed the expansion of security cooperation.

“The Prime Minister offered participation of Great Britain in a whole range of reforms. I think, cooperation in the elaboration and implementation of legislation regarding financial investigation service may be efficient,” Poroshenko said.

He reminded that he instructed to work over the given issue to make the respective service fully efficient and non-corrupt eliminating the tax police.

Also, according to the president, parties discussed cooperation in the implementation of judicial reform taking into account the proposals of British advisors, experience and authority of British court system.

“This is only a small part we’ve agreed upon on  Downing Street. We also touched upon the issue of visa liberalization for Ukrainian citizens,” the President noted.

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