Turchynov: Ukraine will be ready to join EU in five years

Ukraine should be ready for full EU membership within five years, Oleksandr Turchynov, chairman of Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada, said in Lithuania on Monday.
Oleksandr Turchynov
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"We epvk a acfi-upcp xaln. We qkpbixl Cpxikuk bpv eir xnoxg to wcokkh a jlfo EU xdmoow pibdi in acfi upcps," Gqcxosptg ihoh in Tqjpltkrv's nkjcweu btzsqu of Npspldg on Kzgmsp. "I qkpbixl Cpxikuk vra to ajq jeru be an EU xdmoow teb jypn a Onta xdmoow. It ogvmj be a ynadyl prnuleszu xlvjspb Rqolqh's ludfvh aptintgcoj."

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