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"Ukraine week" at European Parliament in Brussels

February 23, 2016

Members of the Ukrainian Parliament will visit Brussels next week to attend a three day high-level conference on capacity building hosted by the European Parliament. The “Ukraine week” will take place between 29 February and 2 March 2016 and will allow Members of European Parliament, national MPs and representatives from other EU institutions to share their experience on good practices, law-making and representation with more than forty Ukrainian parliamentarians, including the leadership of the Ukrainian parliament, Verkhovna Rada.
The press service reports that in July last year the European Parliament President Martin Schulz and Chairman of the Ukrainian Parliament,Volodymyr Groysman, signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at strengthening the Ukrainian Parliament's constitutional role of law-making, oversight and representation.
In line with the Memorandum, former President of the European Parliament, Pat Cox prepared a report and roadmap on capacity-building. The main conclusions of this report will be presented to the media and general public at 3pm on 29 February in room PHS 3C050, reports the press service.
The Secretariats of the Ukrainian and European Parliaments will sign an “Administrative cooperation agreement” at the end of the “Ukraine week”.
The draft agenda is available on the European Parliament’s web-site and the event will be web-streamed through EP live. (EU Neighbourhood Info)
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Press release
Draft agenda
List of participants from the Ukrainian Parliament
European Parliament –web-site
EU Neighbourhood Info Centre - Ukraine
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