The Parliament may meet in extraordinary meeting for the adoption of laws necessary for the introduction of the EU visa-free regime for Ukrainian citizens, said Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Thursday in Riga.
Ukraine's Parliament because of disagreements within the coalition failed Thursday to adopt the entire package of draft laws, necessary for the entry into force of visa-free regime between Ukraine and the European Union. Happy Wednesday planned to approve a package of laws for visa-free entry regime with the EU. However, the deputies could accept only four bills in the first reading, and one (concerning the external labor migration). Above the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has urged parliamentarians to adopt a package of 13 draft laws on visa waiver to 9 November.
"Meet tomorrow in extraordinary session until Tuesday. Will vote for the benefit of the Ukrainian people ", - said the Prime Minister.
Yatsenyuk appealed to the Parliament with a petition " to show wisdom and political responsibility "." Not to be a discussion. If there are no laws - there is no visa-free regime. If there are laws, and these laws meet the criteria of the European Union, we have very high chances to get visa-free regime ", - said Yatsenyuk.
"I insist that these laws must be taken that none of the experts stated that Ukraine did Not make any technical criteria," the Prime Minister said, according to the press service of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers.