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26 November, 2013News
Ukraine has not lost it all in terms of the Association Agreement. Even if it doesn’t sign it at the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, the country’s story of European integration will not end, says Alexander Kwasniewski, former Polish president and member of the European Parliament Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, as quoted by the Polish online publication Money.pl
14 November, 2013Politics
Special envoys of the European Parliament to Ukraine, former President of the European Parliament Pat Cox and former Polish PResident Alexander Kwasniewski announced on November,13th that their mission has been extended until the beginning of Vilnius Summit. Below is the full text of their statement.
19 April, 2013News
Aleksander Kwasniewski and Pat Cox together with Martin Schulz have all reasons to be satisfied with the jon they have done in Ukraine, Marek Siwiec, member of European Parliament, writes in his blog on BlogActiv.
18 April, 2013News
The special mission of the European Parliament to Ukraine, headed by former President of European Parliament Pat Cox and former Polish President Alexander Kwasniewski has been extended to September, according to Jacek Protasiewicz, EP vice president.
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