From the next year the European Union stops allocating money for Ukrainian projects, which are not realized anyway, but will finance the reformation of certain industries, EU representative in Ukraine David Stulik told Deutsche Welle.

According to him, Europe wants Ukraine to be more interested in reforms. Stulik informed that the EU will allocate not more than 180 million euro annually. The money will be sent directly into the budget for reformation of certain industries.

However, Ukraine will be able to use this money only when it proves seriousness of its intentions to conduct reforms. "We have projects, experts have given recommendations and helped to worked out relevant draft bills, but nothing has been realized so far,"  the EU representative pointed out.

Among the unrealized projects the EU representative named the election code of Ukraine, anti-corruption legislation, the law on state purchase. "It looks like Ukraine follows our recommendations introducing amendments to the law, but still these laws are not observed," Stulik stated.

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