“The Latvian parliament has unanimously ratified the EU- Ukraine
Association Agreement as a sign of solidarity with the Ukrainian
people,” he wrote on his Twitter page.
As reported, Ukraine and the European Union signed the economic
chapter of the Association Agreement, which foresees the creation of a
free trade area, in Brussels on June 27. The economic part of the
agreement envisages Ukraine’s deeper economic integration with the EU,
as well as the creation of a deep and comprehensive free trade area.
Romania ratified the agreement on July 2, and Lithuania on July 8.