Stefanchuk, Metsola discuss Ukraine’s path towards full-fledged EU membership

Stefanchuk, Metsola discuss Ukraine’s path towards full-fledged EU membership

The European Parliament strongly supports Ukraine. Verkhovna Rada Chairman Ruslan Stefanchuk made a relevant statement after a meeting with European Parliament President Roberta Metsola.

“I was happy to meet with President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola. I thanked her for her personal efforts and leadership in the advocacy for Ukraine, for each adopted resolution in support of Ukraine, already totaling 17! We discussed Ukraine's path towards full-fledged EU membership,” the Verkhovna Rada Chairman posted on Facebook.

Stefanchuk noted that at the 24th Ukraine-EU Summit, the European partners commended Ukraine’s efforts to comply with the recommendations of the European Commission. And now it is important for Ukraine to adapt national legislation to European laws.

Moreover, sanctions against the Russian Federation were also discussed at the meeting. "We have to stop all the possibilities of circumventing these sanctions!" Stefanchuk stressed and thanked the European Union for financial support, macro-financial assistance to Ukraine.

In addition, the officials discussed China's proposals for the so-called "peace treaty".

“I underscored that we have Peace Formula proposed by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and we urge the world to support this initiative,” the Verkhovna Rada Chairman summed up.

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