Lithuanian Foreign Ministry: Ukraine remains present on the EU agenda
"I want to emphasize that today we are here to highlight the fact that Ukraine is on the priority agenda of the EU", stated Minister Linkevicius
Ukraine remains on the agenda of the EU, stressed Linas Linkevicius, Lithuanian Foreign Minister, on press briefing today.
"I want to emphasize that today we are here to highlight the fact that Ukraine is on the priority agenda of the EU", said the head of Lithuanian diplomacy.
Linkevicius also noted that, in his opinion, Ukraine has a chance to get a visa-free regime next year.
"I believe that Ukraine can be granted with visa-free regime next year, but we have a lot of work on this issue", he said.
Sweden together with Lithuania expressed support for granting visa-free regime to Ukraine, and opposed cancellation of sanctions against Russia.
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