EU-Ukraine Summit: EU and Ukraine reportedly postpone Europol deal

14:18 Nov. 24, 2016

EU and Ukraine reportedly postpone Europol deal

Exterior view of the Europol headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands, Monday, Feb. 22, 2016. (AP Photo)

Document was not prepared in time 

Kyiv and Brussels have reportedly decided to postpone the agreement on cooperation with Europol, which was expected to be signed during the EU-Ukraine summit.

This is reported by Yevropeyska Pravda with references to Ukrainian representatives.

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‘Ukraine's diplomats, attending to the summit, reported about problems with the signing of the cooperation agreement between Europole and Ukraine. The document was not prepared in time, so it will be signed later', the article says.

The reason behind the postponement remains unknown.

Ukraine and EU earlier announced they would sign a number of cooperation deals during the summit, namely in the energy sector and the fight against corruption. 

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