President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is going to discuss the deepening of the cooperation at the Ukraine-EU summit. He claimed this on June 26 during the meeting with the graduates of the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv as 112 Ukraine broadcasted.
“In two weeks at the Ukraine-EU summit in Brussels that will take place on July 9, I plan to discuss the further ways with the governance and leadership of the EU for the deepening of the political association, including the creation of the energy union, digital union and other directions where Ukraine and Europe should create closer integration,” he noted.
Poroshenko also said that a number of the important issue will be raised within the International conference on reforms in Ukraine that takes place in Copenhagen.
“There will be a number of the important issue with the international financial organizations, including the IMF, our partners. New investment projects will come to Kyiv and Ukraine. We continue work on the promotion of the launch of the European support plan of Ukraine similar to “Marshall Plan”,” he emphasized.
As we reported President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will be invited to the NATO summit in Brussels as Jens Stoltenberg, the Alliance Secretary-General claimed. It will take place on July 11-12.