As a cornerstone of Ukraine’s foreign policy, the energy sector was among the major top topics of discussion at the third session of EU Study Days, a student-oriented education project launched by the EU Delegation to Ukraine.
The EU-Ukraine Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area, a central part of the Association Agreement, will not only enhance bilateral trade by removing import tariffs on most goods, but will also help to modernise the Ukrainian economy. Read more
To improve the Ukrainian transport sector, the EU is supporting the country with a €65 million grant and nearly €500 million in loans. Read more
Based on its practice of inclusive policy-making, the EU has sponsored a new initiative to help Ukrainian NGOs have a say in national environmental policy.
A new EU-backed counselling office is providing free support to Ukrainian citizens seeking legal advice.