The European Union Affairs Committee of the Riigikogu was on a three-day visit to Ukraine. They encouraged Ukraine to continue with extensive reforms, first of all with the measures to reduce corruption.
“This year Estonia will grant Ukraine one million euro of humanitarian aid. Estonia has to monitor that this aid would reach its intended destination,” Chairman of the European Union Affairs Committee Toomas Vitsut said.
“Ukraine will not receive a single cent unconditionally. In order to get the money, they have to carry out the reforms we have completed already decades ago,” member of the European Union Affairs Committee Kalle Palling added.
Chairman of the European Union Affairs Committee Toomas Vitsut, Deputy Chairman Jaak Madison, and members of the Committee Monika Haukanõmm, Liisa Oviir, Kalle Palling and Tiit Terik participated in the visit to Ukraine.
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