2 July, 2013 16:44 ▪
David Cameron believes that Ukraine, once known as the bread basket of the Soviet Union, should be admitted to the EU
"Britain has always supported the widening of the EU. Our vision of the EU is that it should be a large trading and co-operating organisation that effectively stretches, as it were, from the Atlantic to the Urals. We have a wide vision of Europe and we have always encouraged countries that want to join," said the David Cameron in Astana.
The Guardian also mentions that “the prime minister did not name any countries. But his remarks indicate that he believes that Ukraine, once known as the bread basket of the Soviet Union, should be admitted to the EU.”
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