The EU-Ukraine Summit will take place in Brussels on October 6.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky wrote about this in his post on Twitter following a phone call with President of the European Council Charles Michel on Saturday, September 26.
“In our call with Charles Michel we agreed to meet in Brussels on 6 October for the 22nd EU-Ukraine Summit. Looking forward to meeting you and Ursula von der Leyen [President of the European Commission] to discuss the way of Ukraine-EU important partnership,” Zelensky wrote.
Previously, the summit was scheduled for October 1.
The previous EU-Ukraine Summit took place in July last year. Following the summit, agreements were signed on financial support for civil society, decentralization, anti-corruption measures and reforms.