Daily Ukraine Crisis Updates – June 12, 2014

News | June 12, 2014

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(Interfax Ukraine) Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Jan Tombinski said the economic part of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement will be signed on June 27, but nothing prevents the Ukrainian government from launching economic reforms immediately.

(Interfax Ukraine) Ukrainian Foreign Minister Andrey Deschytsia stated that no further amendments will be made to the text of the economic part of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.

(Interfax Ukraine) Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko dismissed chairman of the Batkivschyna Moloda all-Ukrainian youth public organization Ivan Krulko as presidential adviser. Krulko was appointed by interim President Turchynov.


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