European Commission might offer visa liberalization for Ukraine on April 14
The ultimate decision is up to EU member countries
The offer to simplify visa liberalization for Ukraine might be made on April 14. Polskie Radio reported this with a reference to its source in the European Commission.
The media outlet adds that the EU authoritative body can only make respective offer; the ultimate decision is yet to be made by every particular EU member state.
In February, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko signed the respective laws that are necessary for the visa free regime to be implemented in Ukraine. On April 10, he said he’d expected the European Commission’s conclusions on the visa free regime in the next few days. Earlier, Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin claimed Ukraine could get the visa free regime with the EU already this summer or autumn.
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