Ukrainian Week in European Parliament ends
The official closing ceremony took place on March 2
The Ukrainian Week in the European Parliament comes to its end on Wednesday, as Kyiv and Brussels sign an agreement on further cooperation. For the last six months, the European Parliament has been working on the bill to reform the Verkhovna Rada, the Ukraine’s Parliament. The document was actively discussed with the Ukrainian delegation during its visit in the frameworks of the Ukrainian Week. Apart from that, the sides discussed prospects of the visa free regime for Ukraine.
On March 1, Speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Volodymyr Greusman met Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for EU Enlargement. On Wednesday, the Ukrainian official had a meeting with Federica Mogherini, EU High Representative on Foreign Affairs.
Previously, MEPs and other EU officials commented on prospects of EU-Ukraine visa free regime.
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