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Polish MP Called on the European Parliament to Provide Ukraine Visa-free Regime

 Polish deputy Jacek Saryusz-Wolski said that the European Parliament should grant Ukraine visa-free regime without any delays. In particular, according to him, it is not necessary to wait for a decision on the termination of the process of visa-free regime to other countries, as well as resolve the issue with Turkey.

Jacek Saryusz-Wolski said that the granting of visa-free regime to Ukraine should serve as an incentive for the country's leadership in carrying out further reforms. In addition, such a move, according to policy, must be seen by the Ukrainians as a support act.

Jacek Saryusz-Wolski said that Ukraine had already achieved a lot on its European path and proved that it remains committed to European democratic values.

"Ukraine should not become hostage to the situation related to Turkey", - he stated.

 
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