“The next big event is the EU-Ukraine summit, which is preliminarily scheduled for May,” Schuebel said at the European Parliament today, at the session of EU-Ukraine Association Committee.
Speaking about the agenda of the EU-Ukraine relations, the EU diplomat said that the priority is the issue of application of a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area. "It has been a very important step,” said the official.
Read alsoEU Council discusses aid to Ukraine in implementing reforms – Mogherini“Aside from the market openings, it also includes a comprehensive program for economic and trade-related reforms. And if these were to be implemented, which will be hard work, no doubt, this will provide more security and stability for investors," said Schuebel.