Eurointegration is the main foreign policy priority of Ukraine, and further development and deepening of relations between Ukraine and the EU is carried out on the principles of political association and economic integration.
The main strategic documents in this area are the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU, the Free Trade Agreement between Ukraine and the EU.
In 2016, the Commission participated in events aimed at further implementation of the European integration processes in Ukraine, implementation of the Plan of Implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU for 2014-2017 (Action Plan), the Implementation Plan of the EU Legislation, the Association Agenda Ukraine – EU (PDA). In particular, representatives of the Commission worked as part of the Cluster I (macroeconomic cooperation, public finance management: budget policy, internal control and external audit, statistics, accounting and auditing, anti-fraud) Subcommittee on Economics and other sectoral cooperation of the Association Committee between Ukraine and the EU .
The Commission is the responsible executor of certain measures on the implementation of EU acts in accordance with the Action Plan approved by the CMU Resolution No. 847-r of 17.09.2014 “On the Implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union, the European Atomic Energy Community and their respective countries the member states, on the other hand “. Annexes to Sections IV “Trade and Trade-related Issues” and V “Economic and Industrial Cooperation” Agreements also contain 58 EU acts to be implemented by the Ukrainian side and fall within the competence of the Commission.