Today, on September 2, the government plans to terminate several agreements within the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal stated this during a session of the government, UNN reports.
"A separate block, which we have traditionally on the agenda - the withdrawal from the regular agreements within the CIS. In particular, we denounce the agreement on cooperation in veterinary medicine, as well as withdraw from the agreement on cooperation in sanitary protection of territories," said Shmygal.
At the same time, according to the official, the government continues joining European integration projects.
"In particular, we are talking about the continuation of cooperation agreements in the areas of: EU support in the recovery of the Ukrainian economy, EU support in the reform of justice and the rule of law, cooperation with European partners in the field of nuclear safety," he added.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania have decided to create a new format of cooperation - "Lublin Triangle".