Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Vadym Prystaiko believes that the terms of the Association Agreement with the European Union should be revised. He said this in an interview with Deutsche Welle.
"Now is a very good time because the historical time has come when we can review the terms (of Association Agreement with the EU – 112 International.), and our producers are waiting for a reappraisal of the terms," Prystaiko stated.
It is about the need to revise quotas on supplies of Ukrainian goods to the European Union most of which no longer suit Ukraine.
"We have reached the stage of the first contacts with the European Union in the framework of the tariff-free trade agreement. I hope the reconsideration will take place," Vice Prime Minister added.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine will start preparing for a new EFF cooperation program with the IMF next summer.
"... and then, when the economy restores, the accent of IFM support could shift back to solving problems of long-term structure reforms in Ukraine so as to help a stronger and more inclusive growth," Vladyslav Rashkovan, Ukraine's representative in the IMF, stated.