First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Valeriy Khoroshkovsky discussed this issue with European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmström.
“All the reports [of such facts] are being summed up, and the European Commission will now make requests to these countries. We believe that we’re acting within the framework of European legislation concerning the arrangements to liberalize the visa regime. And if the countries fail to comply with it, the European Commission may resort to sanctions, up to lawsuits,” Khoroshkovsky told Ukrainian journalists after the meeting.
“We want fair treatment for our citizens,” the first deputy prime minister said.