Boris Johnson concerned about signs of decay in reforms in Ukraine

British foreign Minister Johnson noted that he was concerned at indications that reforms in Ukraine fade.

About it reports “Voice of America”.

According to him, in particular, there is the complication of the process of election of new members of the Supreme court, the progress in the establishment of a special anti-corruption courts is insufficient, there are obstacles to the work of NGOs that fight corruption. In his opinion, need to do more to embody the ideas of those who came to the bullets of engineers on the Maidan.

The British Minister of foreign Affairs Johnson conference #UkraineReform: “We are concerned by indications that reforms in #Ukraine fade”

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“Corruption must be eradicated. It is necessary to reform the electoral system before the next national elections in 2019, starting with the appointment of the new composition of the CEC, to strengthen the rules and uzhestochat punishment for abuses during the elections. Those who had benefited from the old system, will fight with hands and feet, protecting their privileges, but in Ukraine there are a number of outstanding leaders in government, Parliament and the public, and they strongly develop strong Ukraine. I am convinced that they will overcome those who seek to hinder the country’s progress,” summed up Johnson.

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