It is highly likely that the 'Marshall Plan' for Ukraine will not be represented at the 'Eastern Partnership' summit in November and there is no mentioning of it at the final communiqué as European Truth reported.
According to the edition, there is no mentioning of the 'Marshall Plan' at the final declaration of the summit, despite the fact that it was planned to represent it within the summit.
'There are six pages, more than 30 detailed points and there is even no word about the presence of a new support program for Ukraine', the message said.
However, the provision of Ukraine with the financial support is in the order of the day of the summit.
European Commissioner Johannes Hahn claimed that he got the document but the chances for its approval are extremely low. He made clear that the fact that Brussels got the document does not mean that it will be approved.
'We are ready to allocate money but we will not do this without clear criteria. Sorry, I need to say this but the confidence level is not really high and we pay only when something is done’, he noted.
‘Marshall Plan for Ukraine’ is the initiative of the Republic of Lithuania for support of Ukraine in 2017-2020 that provides the consistent plan of the economic, financial and investment support, including the strengthening of the strategic dialogue between Ukraine and Western countries to provide the European integration of Ukraine. It provides the investment in the real sector of the Ukrainian economy and the support of the reforms that aim at the economic growth, the creation of the new tools of the investment financing, support of the small and medium business.