Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Olha Stefanishyna has said that the four recommendations that the European Commission indicated in the report are technical, and in December there will already be progress on some of them.
“The four points that are defined by the European Commission are in fact technical, in weight they have nothing to do with the seven recommendations and fundamental reforms. Moreover, these four points are only recommendations, which the European Council may or may not listen to. These four points have no connection with the political decision that will be made in December,” Stefanishyna said at a press conference on Thursday in Kyiv.
At the same time, she said that the president has already given instructions to work on these issues, and according to her, in December there will already be progress on some of them.