Moscow, March 3 – Volodymyr Zelensky announced the signing of a joint declaration with the President of Latvia, Egils Levits, on support for Ukraine’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration.
“We signed a joint declaration with Egils Levits confirming Latvia’s support for Ukraine’s full European and Euro-Atlantic integration,” Zelensky wrote on his Telegram channel.
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Earlier it was reported that Zelensky and Levits arrived in Lviv on Friday, where they laid flowers at the graves of the Ukrainian military.
On February 28 last year, Zelensky signed the application for Ukraine’s accession to the European Union. The heads of state and government of the European Union agreed at the summit held in Brussels on June 23 to grant Ukraine and Moldova the status of candidates for accession to the Union. To start negotiations, countries need to meet a number of conditions, including reforms and strengthening the fight against corruption.
Obtaining candidate status is the beginning of a rather long journey to joining the European Union. Turkey has been in candidate mode since 1999, North Macedonia since 2005, Montenegro since 2010 and Serbia since 2012. Croatia is the latest country to join the EU in 2013, a process that took ten years.
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