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Warsaw School of Economics
Master of Science
Webwerx | Youth unemployment - international debate
In regards to the progress on the DCFTA agreement, Ukraine is far ahead of its EaP colleagues.
The negotiations, which began informally in 2007, are close to an end.
Asked about the balancing of political and technical issues during the negotiations, Mrs. Synowiec explained that the major problems concerned "translating the technicalities into ordinary language" and the fact that, in Ukraine, "there was no courage to take a stand on the issue, especially before and shortly after the elections [...] this is reinforced by constant changes in the administration.
Nobody steers the process in Ukraine, there is no chief arbitrator.
The negotiator is lost, and needs support from higher levels."
Despite such difficulties on the path towards the free trade deal, it appears that most problems have been overcome.
The Day asked Mrs. Synowiec about the specifics of the current state of negotiations, who affirmed that "[the EU] wants maximal frontal loading, meaning that we want as many goods and services to be liberalized as possible from day 1.
"Most areas will be liberalized completely,"
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