Ukraine, Moldova disappointed in Brexit, remain committed to European integration
First deputy parliament speaker Iryna Herashchenko and Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration of Moldova Gheorghe Balan have discussed the result of the referendum on Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) and its consequences for both countries.
"Ukraine and Moldova are disappointed with the results of the referendum and are concerned about the growing number of eurosceptics in the EU. However, Ukraine and Moldova are committed to the path of European integration and reforms," Gerashchenko wrote on his Facebook page on Friday afternoon following the meeting.
She also noted that Ukraine is sincerely happy for Moldovans who in time and in more favorable conditions met all the requirements of the visa liberalization action plan and received the visa-free regime with the EU.