Foreign minister of Ukraine Leonid Kozhara next week will pay visit to Brussels, where he will discuss preparations for the EU-Ukraine summit, scheduled for February 25 with the EU officials, the Foreign Ministry spokesman Yevhen Perebyinis informed.

He also noted that the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine sees no threats to the summit due to the recent events surrounding the ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.

"We do not see any threats. Ukraine and, I hope, the European Union prepare for the summit," Perebyinis said.
He noted that Ukraine has always demonstrated maximum openness in the dialogue with the European Union on almost all issues of internal political development, including sensitive ones.
According to Foreign Ministry’s spokesman, mission of the authorized representatives of the European Parliament, led by former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski and former President of the European Parliament Pat Cox contributed to the dialogue.

"We hope that this mission will continue its work and allow the parties to continue exchanging information, including in the context of the recent developments around Yulia Tymoshenko and other senior officials," Perebyinis said.

According to him, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry expects that achieved agreements during the EU-Ukraine summit will let approach to the signing of the Association Agreement.

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