Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin is on a visit in Poland to speak at the Warsaw Security Forum as one of the panelists of the Eastern Partnership session. Minister presented Ukraine’s key expectations of the Eastern Partnership project and emphasized that Ukraine remains strongly committed to the European integration track.
"In face of current challenges for the European security posed primarily by the Russian aggression against Ukraine, the European Union could fulfill the potential of its relations with the EaP states in a more efficient way. The EU, however, definitely lacks the strategic vision of the Eastern policy”, - said Minister Klimkin. He also stressed that the EU hesitancy to provide EaP states with the EU membership perspective compromised stability and security of the entire European continent.
Pavlo Klimkin has underlined that Ukraine fully shares the European values, implements systematic reforms and hopes for solidarity of the European Union when it comes to the support of the country’s integration with the EU.