Tusk said that “anti-corruption reforms should remain a priority”.
The head of the European Council Donald Tusk said that the EU appreciates the progress in reforms in Ukraine.
He said this at a briefing on the outcome of the 20th summit Ukraine – EU, which took place on Monday in Brussels.
“The European Union recognizes the serious promotion, which Ukraine undertook to implement reforms. Last year the Ukrainian government has initiated a number of reforms, including the reform of the pension sector and health care, which will be difficult in the short term, but in the long run will make Ukraine stronger,” – said Tusk.
The head of the European Council also noted the adoption of a law that will allow to create in Ukraine the anti-corruption court. “We welcome the recent law on establishing the Higher anti-corruption court and wait on the adoption of the amendments, which are necessary for the proper operation of the court. Anti-corruption reforms should remain a priority agenda of Ukraine”, – said Tusk.
We will remind, at the end of June in Copenhagen hosted the second international conference on reforms in Ukraine.
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