The European Parliament has approved the disbursement of a further €1 billion in financial assistance to Ukraine to help the country cover part of its external financing needs and to provide incentives to step up reforms.
Since January 2015, EU-Armenia relations have developed significantly. The negotiation and provisional application of a new bilateral partnership agreement, as well as the finalisation of Partnership Priorities in February this year have contributed to this success, a new EU report said.
Full title: Decision No 1/2018 of the EU-Georgia Customs Sub-Committee of 20 March 2018 replacing Protocol I to the Association Agreement between the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community and their Member States, of the one part, and Georgia of the other part, concerning the definition of the concept of ‘originating products’ and methods of administrative cooperation.
This morning Commissioner Cecilia Malmström spoke at a roundtable event attended by First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine and Minister of Economic Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv, organised by SME Europe and several partners.