Delegation to Ukraine
Plans to waive visa requirements for Ukrainian citizens entering the Schengen area were approved by the Civil Liberties Committee on Monday. If approved by Parliament and Council, it will allow Ukrainians who have a biometric passport to enter the EU area without a visa for 90 days in any 180-day period, for business, tourist or family purposes.
Working together in Ukraine
Ukraine is adapting its agriculture laws to meet World Trade Organisation (WTO) commitments. The EU–funded project to help Ukraine reach these and European Neighbourhood and Partnership (ENP) standards will encourage free trade in agriculture.
- 18/08/16 - Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on Syria and the situation in Aleppo
- 17/08/16 - Statement by the EU Delegation and the Embassies of EU Member States in Kyiv on the launch of an e-declaration system without certification in Ukraine
- 08/08/16 - Declaration by the HRVP Federica Mogherini, on behalf of the EU on the occasion of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, 9 August 2016
- 04/08/16 - Kosovo: new EU Special Representative appointed