The list of priority reforms for Ukraine's integration into Europe handed over to the United States is not a condition for future military assistance to the country, an anonymous representative of the US National Security Council said, Voice of America reports.
According to him, this is a preliminary version of the reforms intended for discussion and feedback.
"This list is not a condition for future military assistance. Reforms are needed for Ukraine's European integration," the source said.
The list includes reforms targeted for three, six and 18 months. These reforms cover the areas of supervisory boards of state-owned enterprises, anti-corruption bodies, the judiciary, and defense enterprises.
As we reported earlier, according to the US Embassy in Ukraine, it was confirmed that the United States has provided a list of important reforms for Ukraine that will facilitate rapid integration into Europe.