The lack of reforms in Ukraine could undermine its support from the EU policy of sanctions against the Russian Federation. About this stated the head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Denmark Christian Jensen in an interview with Reuters on the sidelines of the meeting of the foreign Ministers of countries of the European Union in Amsterdam, reports Deutsche Welle.
«If Ukraine does not fulfill the planned reforms related to Minsk agreements, Europe would be very difficult to maintain unity in support of sanctions against Russia,» he said, referring to the action plan, which Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France agreed in February 2015 in Minsk.
Jensen stressed that Ukraine has a deadline, so Kiev can not procrastinate.
Also the Minister of foreign Affairs of Denmark, recalled about the resignation of the Minister of economic development and trade of Ukraine of Aivaras of Abromavicius and expressed the belief that this is some kind of warning that Europe should help Ukraine more.
Earlier, the head of unit for Eastern partnership of the Foreign service of the European Union Dirk Schuebel said that the EU will not raise the issue of lifting the sanctions for Russia until full compliance with the Minsk agreements.
Recall, the EU extended economic sanctions for six months, until 31 July, and a clearly stated relation to the full implementation of the Minsk agreements.
The lack of reforms in Ukraine could undermine its support from the EU policy of sanctions against Russia — foreign Ministry of Denmark 06.02.2016