Europe is ready to make concessions to Ukraine
The EU can improve the conditions of the Association Agreement with Ukraine, which Kiev refused to sign in November 2013, said Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk.
“On the European side, the offer stands, Europe is ready. I would say more — I also hope that as a result of my conversations this proposal could become even more attractive for Ukraine,” said the official in an interview with Polish TV channel TVP1.
Head of the Polish government, who last week had a meeting with the President of the EU Council Herman Van Rompuy, said that Ukrainians themselves should decide the fate of their country.
“Today, the most important thing for Ukraine is to decide on its future in Kiev in Kiev alone. If we expect all of Ukraine’s neighbors to be politically neutrality, then we should behave this way, too. Poland should be a country that organizes the kind of assistance wanted by Ukraine. There is no need to ram in with recommendations if they aren’t welcome in Kiev,” he said.