Last year, the parliament, the government and other executive authorities completed only 37% of the tasks set under the EU-Association Agreement, which is the lowest figure in recent years. This is evidenced by the Government's report on the implementation of the Agreement, which is at the disposal of the Yevropeiska Pravda (European Truth).
The highest level of fulfillment shown by the government was 53% of the measures envisaged by the plan. The Verkhovna Rada fulfilled only 12% of tasks, other state authorities - 21%.
"Over the course of 2019, 100% of the tasks in the fields of Political Dialogue, National Security and Defense, Education, Study, Youth, Financial Cooperation and Anti-Fraud, as well as Social Policy and Labor Relations have been completed," the report says.
Ukraine has made the worst progress in the areas of Statistics and Information Sharing, Public Financial Management and Consumer Protection.
As of January 1, 2020, the overall progress of the implementation of the Agreement for 2014-2024 was 43%.
As we reported earlier, on January 29, the sixth meeting of the EU-Ukraine Association Council has ended in Brussels, resulting in a common statement.
"The parties (Ukraine and the EU – 112 international.) have discussed a number of important issues and adopted a common statement," the statement said.