Poroshenko, Prime Minister of Sweden coordinate positions ahead of EU meeting in Brussels
In the course of the official visit to Norway, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko had a phone conversation with Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Lofven, according to the president's press service.
The parties coordinated positions on the priority tasks in the Ukraine-EU interaction on the eve of the European Council's session in Brussels on October 20-21. They discussed the intensification of the provision of the visa-free regime for Ukrainians and completion of the ratification of the Association Agreement, the press service reported.
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The parties confirmed the importance of the EU's unity in the preservation of sanctions against Russia until full restoration of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.