This is stated in the European Parliament’s Resolution on Association Agreements / Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, adopted on Thursday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"The European Parliament welcomes the ongoing constitutional reform process in the areas of decentralization and the judiciary; underlines the need to make further progress in those and other areas, especially the economy, where better regulation and de‑monopolisation must continue to be a priority, together with fiscal reforms, enhancing transparency and creating a favourable investment climate," the document says.
The European Parliament stresses that the biggest single challenge of the Ukrainian reform effort is endemic corruption. Therefore, the MEPs welcome the establishment of anti-corruption legislation, institutions (the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption, and a special anti-corruption prosecutor) and mechanisms, and of the National Agency for the Recovery of the Proceeds of Corruption.
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