TE24 International Desk:
Kyiv – A Ukrainian official controlling the country’s pressure to join the European Union said on Wednesday he was “100 percent sure” that each of the 27 EU countries would support Ukraine’s EU bid by the end of this week.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke of the relatively positive thinking, considering it a “significant second” for Ukraine. Ukraine’s participation rate for the meeting of EU pioneers in Brussels is a matter of great concern.
In a meeting with The Associated Press, Olha Stefanishina, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, said the choice could come on Thursday, when the pioneers’ highest points begin.
Stefanishina said the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark have one or two suspicions about increasing chats with Ukraine while fighting Russian incursions, but that is currently stable. Asked how confident he was that Ukraine would be recognized as a competitor to the EU, he said: “The day the finals start, I can say 100 percent.”
The head of the European Union dropped his weight behind the Ukrainian bid a week ago. Stefanishina described the European Commission’s support as “a unique advantage” that frees “usually those who swing.”
EU competitive status, which can be approved if the countries of the current part of the world consistently agree, is the most important step towards enlistment. It does not guarantee or guarantee the right to join the alliance.
Ukraine’s full participation will depend on whether the conflict-torn country can meet the political and economic situation. Potential newcomers need to demonstrate that they meet the guidelines to fair standards and integrate the 80,000-page rules to cover everything from exchanges and circulation to compost and law enforcement.
Stefanishina told the AP that she thinks Ukraine could be part of the European Union in a few years, not in the estimation of European authorities for several years.
“We are now much more integrated into the European Union,” he said. “We need to be a field of energy for the cutthroat part state, so it could take two to 10 years.”
To help up and newcomers, the alliance with Canning provides specialized and financial support. European authorities have said that Ukraine has actively adhered to about 70% of EU rules, norms and regulations, but added that it also ignores the need for deep political and economic change.
In a virtual conversation with Canadian college students on Wednesday, Zelensky described the Brussels finale as “two specific days” that he, as Stefanishina, thought would bring Ukraine’s EU bid approval.
“This is a very important second for us, because some in my party are saying that it is like moving from obscurity to light,” the Ukrainian president said in a statement. “As far as our army and society are concerned, it is a major inspiration, a major motivating factor for the solidarity and victory of the Ukrainian people.”
Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Crew said he had spoken to Zelensky on Wednesday and assured him that Belgium would uphold the status of Ukraine’s applicant.
“Significant efforts will be required, especially in the fight against contempt and the foundation of a strong law and order,” de Cross said. “Nevertheless, I am sure that it is Ukraine’s (post-war) entertainment that will give us the opportunity to move forward.”
Zelensky said he spoke with 11 EU pioneers on Wednesday, after calling nine others the other day, another sign of how significant the EU’s nomination is for Ukraine.
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