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EU not happy with Ukraine’s bill on anti-corruption court
13:21, 22 January 2018

EU not happy with Ukraine’s bill on anti-corruption court

At the moment, the European Union is concerned about asylum seekers from Georgia

13:21, 22 January 2018

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The European Union is not satisfied with the bill of Ukraine on creation of the Anti-Corruption Court, but there is no threat of suspension of the visa-free regime. This was reported by the Brussels correspondent of Radio Liberty Rikard Jozwiak in Twitter.

“The EU aren’t happy with Ukraine’s draft law on establishing an anti-corruption court but there is no real threat to suspend visa lib. Eu member states are actually more worried about asylum seekers from Georgia. The suspension mechanism will be debated by diplomats on Tuesday,” the message says.


Related: US Embassy is not omnipotent: How Kyiv reacts to Western disontent with Anti-Corruption Court

As it was reported earlier Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine and Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission held the phone talk on the creation of the Anti-corruption court in Ukraine.

The parties discussed progress in the Ukrainian reforms, particularly the issue of the Anticorruption Court. Petro Poroshenko emphasized that the Anticorruption Court must be established in compliance with the Constitution of Ukraine and the recommendations of the Venice Commission.

Related: Anti-corruption court is among conditions of EU-Ukraine visa-free regime, - EU delegation

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