A coordination meeting on the international support to Ukraine concluded here Tuesday with the commitment to support Ukraine's economic and political stabilisation and reform, in particular Ukraine's political association and economic integration with the European Union.
The meeting in a statement noted that to achieve this goal, Ukraine will require significant donors' assistance.
"This high-level coordination meeting was an important opportunity to exchange views and discuss the key short and medium term priorities for Ukraine, the current plans of donors, including the EU, for assistance to Ukraine, and the most appropriate mechanisms for coordinating donors' assistance to support Ukraine's reform process," it noted.
The participants also discussed the possibility of a future Donors' and Investors' Conference on Ukraine to further assist the country.
EU institutions and member states, Ukraine, other donor countries - United States, Canada, Japan, Norway, Switzerland - and international organisations and financial institutions attended the one-day meeting.
The meeting was opened by the European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy, Stefan Fule, and Ukraine's Vice Prime Minister, Volodymyr Groysman.