President Petro Poroshenko emphasized that during the Eastern Partnership Summit, its participants developed a joint vision for Ukraine's prospects, which was first demonstrated during the Ukraine-EU summit in Kyiv this summer.
"Today we managed to include in the final resolution of the Eastern Partnership Summit the project of the future vision of Ukraine - it is about the Eastern Partnership +, access to a single digital and energy market, the Customs Union," the Head of State stressed.
At the same time, he said that it was agreed with the leadership of the European Union that "the Ukrainian party will study carefully what exactly this can bring to Ukraine and will make a final decision".
The President also informed that the issue of access to the Schengen Union, which expands the possibilities of the visa-free regime for Ukrainians, is topical.
The Head of State said that "during the talks with participation of the President of the European Commission, the European Commissioners, including European Commissioner Johannes Hahn, we have agreed that the Marshall Plan for Ukraine - concentration of all the resources of the European Union in a single document, construction of a road map - will also be considered".