Ukraine’s president holds meeting with G7 ambassadors
Poroshenko discusses Ukraine’s progress
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has held a meeting with G7 ambassadors and the Head of the EU office in Ukraine Jan Tombinski on the eve of G7 Summit in Japan, according to the president’s press service.
Poroshenko discussed Ukraine’s reform progress over the past year among other key developments, according to the report. Ukraine’s leader also talked about the country’s new government which has been shaped by the recommendations given by the National Reform Council, the IMF and the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement.
Poroshenko went on to highlight Ukraine’s continuing reform process, which includes decentralization of power and an overhaul of the judicial system. These are all key points necessary for European integration.
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