Vasyl Hubal "Europe has never been more interested in our region"

6 January 2015 12:44  4088944 089904
Vasyl Hubal "Europe has never been more interested in our region"

"Ukraine has never enjoyed such a strong interest on the part of Europe. Of course, it also applies to Transcarpathia - the westernmost, "the most European" region of ​​the state. Our partners are interested in the situation - I see that at meetings, including those with neighboring countries consuls, during visits of foreign delegations to the region. And it is not only about politics or declaration of support", - the head of the Transcarpathian Regional Administration Vasyl Hubal said.

The head of the region says: "Within just under one hundred days in the office, I've had meetings with partners from Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland and Romania, as well as official representatives of the EU institutions, and so on. The most important thing is that it is not just interest as a manifestation of respect, but that Europe wants to help Ukraine and its economy. This applies to cooperation with business and social sector and development of infrastructure, border crossings. It includes involvement of Transcarpathia, Ukraine in European programs." 

This was stated by the head of the RSA, among other things, in an interview with the TV channel "M-Studio", in which he outlined plans for a new, 2015 year. Among them, there are, of course, measures in the context of European integration of Ukraine - and Transcarpathia, as the closest region to Europe, according to the head of the region, must set an example of moving in the direction determined by the government.  

Press service of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration

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