Ukrainian-Lithuanian project “Marshall Plan for Ukraine” has been presented in the European institutions and is to be reviewed by the European Commission, representative of Mission of Ukraine to the EU Mykola Tochytskyi informs, according to Interfax.
“The plan was presented in the European institutions, and the European Commission took it seriously. Considering that the Ukrainian-Lithuanian plan was handed it not so long ago, the European Commission will analyze it and see, how they can participate,” Tochytskyi said.
According to him, the project provides for allocating €5 billion annually for reforms in Ukraine.
“What we will have in the end, meaning the EU, I can speak only about the EU, in which way the European Union will participate – it has to be reviewed, but I think that in 1-1,5 months we will have the image,” Tochytskyi added.
The "Marshall Plan for Ukraine" is the initiative of the Lithuanian Seimas provides for economic, political and financial assistance to Ukraine in the context of European integration. We are talking about at least 5 billion euros for annual support for reforms aimed at economic growth and development.