G7 Ambassadors to Ukraine: "Words need to be translated into actions"
In a joint statement of the G7 Ambassadors, they stressed that much still needs to be done to implement the principles of the public policy announced by the Ukrainian Cabinet, according to the posting on the website of the Embassy of Japan in Ukraine.
The Ambassadors “welcome the announcement made by the Cabinet of Ministers on the basic objectives and principles of public policy on February 11, 2016, in particular zero tolerance to political interference and corruption. However, we believe much still needs to be done to implement these principles. Words need to be translated into actions.”
Reiterating full commitment to supporting Ukraine in its reform efforts, the G7 Ambassadors said they will “continue to work together for the benefit of the people of Ukraine.”
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