Brussels expects Kyiv to progress in three areas - justice, parliamentary elections and reforms, EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, Vice-President of the European Commission Catherine Ashton said.

At the plenary session of the European Parliament on Tuesday, giving the report on the foreign policy of the European Union, Ashton said: "We want to see progress of Ukraine in three areas: selective justice, free and fair parliamentary elections on October 28 and resumption of pending EU - Ukraine Association Agenda".

Speaking of the Eastern Partnership, Ashton addressed the issue of relations with Moldova. "When I look at this part of the world, I'm glad to see what is happening in Moldova", Ashton said.
She added that the EU will remain faithful to participate in the “5 +2” dialogue for settlement of the Transnistrian conflict.

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