“At the Conference of Presidents [which is taking place with the participation of the EP president and the heads of political groups], Cox and Kwasniewski will report on the course of the mission and its results as of today. There will be no written document,” the source said in Brussels on Tuesday.
According to the source, the Conference of Presidents will approve the work of the mission and decide to prolong it. The final report on results of work of the mission will be presented in the European Parliament after the parliamentary elections in Ukraine.
Kwasniewski and Cox were appointed the EP’s observers in the Tymoshenko case on June 11, 2012. Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and EP President Martin Schulz agreed on this during a meeting.