Vladimir Dobrovolsky. Fighting crime will be discussed at the next EU summit, which will be held on December 17-18, and the relationship of Russia and Ukraine and offers the UK about the reforms in the EU, said foreign Minister presiding in the EU of Luxembourg Jean Asselborn.
"We have contributed to the preparation of the European Council on 17-18 December. Agenda - it is Clear that the terrorist attacks in Paris and the Fight against crime will be the top priority, as well as the migration crisis, the single market, relations between Russia and Ukraine, too, " - said Asselborn correspondents after the meeting of the EU Council for General Affairs.
according to his statement, " there may be an opportunity to hear the Prime Minister of great Britain (David Cameron) with his proposals at the beginning of the referendum and to hold the 1st substantive exchange of views on the issue ".
before the EU Commissioners reported that in early winter, the head of the countries-EU members will discuss the future of economic sanctions against Russia, which are valid until the end of January 2016.