Kiev is obliged to move in the European reforms, but not to break trade ties with Moscow, to the report of the Vienna Institute for international economic studies.
The text of the report: "How to stabilize the economy of Ukraine" took almost 100 pages and assesses in detail the impact of the fighting in the Donbass on the situation in the country and possible scenarios of its development, reports Deutsche Welle.
review envoy Institute Michael Landesman, ought to continue trilateral trade dialogues With the participation of commissioners of the EU, Russia and Ukraine." We feel that dialogue with Russia is obliged to be maintained, " he said. While the report notes that the Russian Federation remains the largest financial partner of Ukraine. Not fully with this position and agree the EU Commissioner on enlargement and European neighborhood policy Johannes Hahn, speaking at the presentation of the report opening remarks." The EU is open for discussion of the concerns of Russia, " he said. The Commissioner noticed that the trilateral dialogues can't be too far-reaching." There is no opportunity for revision of the Treaty on the free trade area with Ukraine, given the fact that most member countries of the EU have already ratified or are in the process of ratification, " he said. His disagreement with the proposals to seek compromise with Moscow on trade issues was expressed by those present at the submission of the Commissioners of Poland and Ukraine. Thus, the Director of the Warsaw Institute for public policy, Jacek kucharczyk expressed the conviction that the current trade problems between Kiev and Moscow have, most importantly, political. In addition, Russia, according to his statement, " not so attractive partner." As noted by the participants of the discussion, one of the new and unexpected questions was a sharp increase in the number of different European advisers in Ukraine, with the influx of which the state institutions simply do not have time to cope. According to EU Commissioner Hahn in different Ukrainian ministries employ more than 200 advisors. Ought to reconsider international support, in order not to overload the weak state structures of Ukraine, he admitted. Yesterday Johannes Hahn said that the Union of European States is not willing to reconsider the already ratified the agreement with Ukraine on free trade.