Andrej Plenković, a Croatian Member of the European Parliament, is the Head of the European Parliament’s delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee. This new body has been established under the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement and provides a forum for communication between the European Parliament (EP) and the Verkhovna Rada.
Upon its accession to the Council of Europe in 1995, Ukraine made a number of commitments, including the enactment of modern criminal procedure legislation. Read more
The leaders of the European Union and Ukraine meeting at their annual summit in Brussels on Feb. 25 have reaffirmed their commitment to sign the already initialed Association Agreement, as soon as Ukraine shows “tangible progress in the three areas emphasized at the 2011 EU-Ukraine Summit.” Read more
The EU and Ukraine are launching a new initiative to help modernise Ukraine’s legislative standards and principles of education and training – bringing them in line with EU policies. Read more
The European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Maria Damanaki visited Ukraine on Thursday 14 February to discuss Black Sea regional cooperation. Read more