Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine

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Ternopil, 21 July 2017 – The Ternopil Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of Ukraine – Local Empowerment, Accountability and Development Programme (U-LEAD with Europe) and the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine
On 17 July 2017, the Council adopted a set of temporary autonomous trade measures in favour of Ukraine. These measures should enter into force by the end of September and will apply for a period of three years.
The 17th of July marks the date of the adoption of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court in 1998.
Concrete achievements have underpinned the strong partnership between the European Union and Ukraine, the leaders of both confirmed at the summit in Kyiv on Thursday, agreeing also that reforms in Ukraine will continue with the EU support.
Deputy head of EU Delegation to Ukraine Mr. Thomas Frellesen and head of the EU Anticorruption initiative Mrs. Eka Tkeshelashvili voiced their support for the launch of the anticorruption court.
"Today, we bring down a barrier between the people of Ukraine and the people of the European Union. No more visa for short trips between our countries,” said High Representative Federica Mogherini on the occasion of the entry into force of the visa liberalisation agreement between the EU and
Why did the EU impose sanctions on Russia?
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Представництво ЄС в Україні вітає українців з наближенням безвізового режиму!
Greeting from the EU Delegation staff on visa-free travels
Erasmus+ International Dimension
The video promotes the international dimension of Erasmus+ through real life examples and shows how international cooperation is helping people outside the EU and EU citizens to internationalise. It features a series of testimonials from current and past beneficiaries of Erasmus+ mobility
The European Union supports Ukraine in ensuring a stable, prosperous and democratic future for all its citizens.
Factsheet: Building Capacity to support conflict-affected IDPs and local residents in Mariupol
On 18 March 2014 the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol were illegally annexed by the Russian Federation.
The voice of the European Union and its people is heard all around the world. From Asia and the Pacific to Africa, Europe and Central Asia, from the Greater Middle East to the Americas, the European Union’s diplomatic network runs wide and deep to all corners of the globe, making a difference when
EU Association Agreements
The Eastern Partnership has existed since 2009 and covers relations between the 28 countries of the EU and Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. It is intended to provide a venue for discussions of trade, economics, travel agreements and other issues between the EU and its
Editorial Sections: Headquarters Homepage Ukraine ukraine_v2.pdf
The document provides Ukraine with a framework for modernising its trade relations and for economic development by opening up markets and harmonising laws, standards and regulations in various sectors.
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