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The European Union may postpone the signing of the Association Agreement with Ukraine till 2014, if the Ukrainian authorities fail to fulfill all necessary conditions before the "Eastern Partnership" summit in Vilnius in November this year, foreign minister of Poland Radoslaw Sikorski told PolsatNews.
According to him, the EU may sign the Association Agreement with Ukraine along with the signing of similar agreements with Georgia and Moldova, with which such documents will be initialed at the next "Eastern Partnership" summit.
According to Sikorsky, the issue on release of former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko remains unsolved.
He called on Ukrainian authorities not to delay implementing all necessary conditions. "It depends on Ukraine whether it will fulfill the conditions of association with the European Union and will follow a way leading to membership in the European Union. We hope that the President of Ukraine will do his best to help Ukraine following this path," the Polish minister said.
Sikorski added that Ukraine needs to solve the issue of Tymoshenko together with representatives of the European Parliament mission Aleksander Kwasniewski and Pat Cox.