Positive developments in April included receipt of a third IMF loan tranche, the European Parliament’s surprise approval of a visa-free regime for Ukraine, a big win for the president that should nicely position him for a second five-year term. The Verkhovna Rada approved a key law for electricity market reform, and the government is advancing both pension and land reforms. More about recent tendencies you can read in our new report “Visa-Free Travel to Europe A Feather in Poroshenko’s Cap”.
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