Ukraine must convince the international community of the need to continue the sanctions policy towards Russia and domestic reforms.
About it in interview to “Today,” said the Deputy head of the presidential Administration Konstantin Eliseev.
“We must succeed in reforming our country to become stable economically, politically and financially. After all, politically stable and economically strong, prosperous and democratic Ukraine is the biggest nightmare for the Kremlin. We together with our partners, must create a situation where the Kremlin will understand that it is better to perform the Minsk agreement than their torpedo,” – said Elisha.
Recall, the EU Council until September 15, 2017, extended the sanctions against 150 people and 37 organizations from Ukraine and Russia that threaten the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. These restrictive measures were introduced in March 2014.
In an interview with “Today” Elisha also told about the final deadlines for bizwise, defence partnership with the US, scenarios for Donbass and new sanctions against Russia for the seizure of enterprises.