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Ukraine’s Vice PM stands for renegotiation of Ukraine-EU Association Agreement

Source : 112 Ukraine

In particular, there is a real need to revise quotas on supplies of Ukrainian goods to the European Union
08:06, 12 May 2020

Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration
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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.

Related: Ukraine fails to complete most of tasks under Association Agreement with EU, - report

"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.

Related: Borrell, EU MFAs agree to continue supporting Ukraine in its COVID-19 fight

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