Germany: The West must help Ukraine’s new government
Situation in Ukraine is not very simple, stated German representative in OSCE Stephan Steinlein
Germany and the West must help the new government of Ukraine, German representative in OSCE Stephan Steinlein stated during the opening of the 4th East Forum Berlin, reports “Ukrinform”.
“Situation in Ukraine is not very simple, although there is a new government and a new Prime Minister, who promised to pursue reforms. Let us help him”, - the German diplomat encouraged.
Steinlein noted, that Volodymyr Groysman is an “experienced politician”. He also mentioned that during their recent meeting in Kyiv, they communicated in Polish, which Groysman has a “remarkably good command of”.
“Polish reforms are a good example for him (for Groysman). Successful reforms in Ukraine must be a mutual goal for Germany and Poland”, - Steinlein added.
“Economic integration will be superficial without political integration”, - he emphasized.
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