The European Commission intends to insist on increasing European Parliament’s quota on Ukrainian goods. This became known during the meeting of Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic integration Ivanna klympush-Tsintsadze with the EU Commissioner on trade Cecilia Malmstrom in Brussels, the press service of the Cabinet.
According to the report, Cecilia malmström confirmed the willingness of the European Commission to promote the approval by the European Parliament’s decision on granting Ukraine additional Autonomous trade preferences in the amount proposed by the Commission without any changes. And Vice Prime Minister stressed the need to expedite the signing parties to the Agreement, ACAA (Agreement on conformity assessment and acceptance of industrial products), which will begin a new stage in the functioning of the free trade area and will become an integral part of the Association Agreement.
On the issue of additional trade preferences of the EU for Ukraine klympush-Tsintsadze also spoke to a member of the European Parliament, Rapporteur on this issue in the Committee on international trade EP Jaroslaw Walesa, where he expressed hope that the European Parliament approves the proposal by the European Commission that will help support the economy of Ukraine in the difficult conditions of the military conflict, trade war by Russia and the difficult economic reforms.