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The European Parliament's observation mission of former Polish President Alexander Kwasniewski and ex-European Parliament President Pat Cox in Ukraine was prolonged until the Vilnius summit. This decision was made at a conference of European Parliament presidents in Brussels on Wednesday evening, Interfax-Ukraine reported.
"Next week we will go for the 27th mission and hold as many meetings as we need to secure a success. Physically we are exhausted, but our willingness remains unchanged," Cox said at a press conference in Brussels on Wednesday.
In turn, Kwasniewski assessed the chances for a positive development of the situation in Ukraine next week as fifty-fifty.
"We hope that there is a chance to find a solution. I see it as fifty-fifty," Kwasniewski said at a press conference on Wednesday.
The Verkhovna Rada will meet in plenary session on November 19-22. Brussels expects that it will adopt of the "European integration" laws – the law on the prosecutor's office, on the amendments to the electoral legislation, and the law aimed at addressing the issue of ex-premier Yulia Tymoshenko.