Ukraine will create a high-level group with the representatives of Denmark, Canada, and the United Kingdom to develop a 5-year cooperation program. Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman announced this Wednesday at the governmental session.
“We reached an agreement about creating such a high-level group including Denmark, Canada, and Great Britain and work out a more stable and sturdy plan to clearly understand what kind of support it will be and what result we want from our coordination in the next 5 years,” he said.
Groysman said that such decision was made at the annual high-level international conference in Copenhagen.
“I proposed an initiative stating that what we need to establish are not short-term cooperation programs, but a long-period program with the democratic world. It has to be a program for 5 – 7 years, instruments of which Ukraine needs to strengthen economics, make its growing fast and stable,” the Prime Minister noted.
As it was reported earlier, after Britain left the EU, its cooperation with Ukraine will become more intensive, as Boris Johnson, British Foreign Minister, said at the conference on Ukraine’s reforms in Copenhagen on June 27.
According to Johnson, such relations will be developed towards a long-term perspective.
“It is significant to see that our Ukrainian friends are moving forward in terms of these reforms, which are crucial for their future,” he noted.