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Slovak president urged Ukraine to continue reforms
14:10, 11 June 2017
Slovak president urged Ukraine to continue reforms

Andrej Kiska promised to support Ukraine on its way to EU

14:10, 11 June 2017

Twitter of Svyatoslav Tsegolko

President of Slovakia Andrej Kiska called on Ukraine to continue implementing reforms. Kiska said this during the ceremony on the occasion of visa-free regime on Ukraine-Slovakia border, which was broadcast by 112 Ukraine TV channel.

"Ukraine has fulfilled its promises, and this is exactly what EU has done also, this is how it should be — everyone should carry out their duties. I want to urge you to continue implementation of reforms. Reforms demand a lot of effort, and this means you should continue the process. I would also say that it puts many requirements on the citizens, but believe me, it is very beneficial for you," Kiska noted.

Slovak President assured that he will continue supporting Ukraine on its way to the European Union.

"Slovakia and its politicians will support your State, so that it would head to the EU," Kiska announced.

As it was reported, EU visa-free regime for Ukraine has entered into force today.

It has also been announced that 600 Ukrainian travelers have crossed border with the EU without visas successfully.

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