According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, talks to join the EU are expected to begin this year.
Zelenskyy hailed Roberta Metsola, the president of the European Parliament, for helping Ukraine and putting sanctions on Russia at a meeting in the city of Lviv and urged for further restrictions on Moscow.
According to him, Ukraine is trying to adopt the European Commission’s recommendations as soon as feasible and start accession talks this year.
Last June, the 27-nation group gave Ukraine candidate status, beginning a protracted legal process that might last years.
Metsola informed Zelenskyy that the EU would help him in the conflict with Russia. She wrote in a tweet: “United in Ukraine
Metsola informed Zelenskyy that the EU would help him in the conflict with Russia. Her tweet read as follows: “back in Ukraine together. regard Ukraine. Throughout Europe. For justice, freedom, and peace. all of our folks.”
The head of the Ukrainian parliament, Ruslan Stefanchuk, was also greeted by Metsola, who declared that “Ukraine’s future is as a member of the European Union.”