If you are here, you are interested in Ukraine's European integration.
In the fall of 2013, Ukrainians declared loudly and unequivocally their civilizational choice. Further tragic events in Kiev and Russian aggression aimed at preventing Ukraine from returning to the European home only confirmed its correctness and motivates us to work harder to make Ukraine's movement toward the West irreversible.
For us, Europe is first and foremost about its core values: freedom and dignity. In addition, a democratic society, respect for human rights and economic freedoms, to which Europe is given, make it possible to improve the financial situation of citizens.
By implementing the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU, we are creating the kind of Ukraine that different generations of Ukrainians dreamed of at different times. It is a prosperous country, where freedom and the rule of law reign. This recipe is not new. Many countries, which had similar problems and hopes to ours, have already passed through the path we are taking.
Whether you are a "Eurooptimist" or a "Eurosceptic," you will find on this site information about Ukraine's achievements on the road to a free Europe, as well as a well-founded refutation of myths about European integration.
The Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU, which fully entered into force on September 1, 2017 after final ratification, is the largest international treaty Ukraine has concluded in its history. It is also the largest deal the EU has ever concluded with third countries. It is a document that spells out a detailed reform plan for our state in almost all spheres. For your convenience, we have structured the largest areas of EU-Ukraine cooperation.
On our site you can always find the most and exhaustive information from primary sources about efforts of the President, the Prime-Minister, the Verkhovna Rada, the ministries and departments, which are involved in this big work for the European integration of Ukraine.
Join our work, because the European integration is our common cause! I will be grateful for good advice and constructive criticism.