Nothing extraordinary happened at the Yalta European Strategy 9th meeting, political analyst of the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation Volodymyr Horbach told ForUm.

"Nothing extraordinary happened at the summit. It seems that the President has once again lost an opportunity to rectify the situation in EU-Ukraine relations. In fact, the break in relations between Ukraine and the EU, which Viktor Yanukovych mentioned on the Independence Day, is retained," he said.

According to the expert, the EU representatives did not say anything new as well. "Everybody knows that the EU and the West await the parliamentary elections in Ukraine in order to proceed. Therefore the messages of Stefan Füle and Elmar Brok did not convey anything new, it's just a way to maintain the dialogue," he stressed.
In turn, Ph.D., director of the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Philosophy Myroslav Popovich also believes that nothing particularly new happened at the Yalta meeting.

"The same wishes for Ukraine to find its position, the same invitation to the European family and the same conditions, but defined more clearly," he said.

However, according to the expert, Ukraine voiced more or less transparent processes position on Tymoshenko and Lutsenko cases and so on. "It means that Ukraine declared that if no agreement is ratified by the EU, we will search for the truth somewhere in the East. It's very sad, and if that happens, the next five - seven years will be tragic for Ukraine," he stressed.

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