The prime minister of the Netherlands has raised the EU’s treaty of association with Ukraine with European officials following the Dutch ‘no’ vote in April’s referendum. Mark Rutte is hoping the treaty can be amended in order to remove the objections raised by Dutch ‘no’ voters.
The treaty establishes political and economic associations between the EU and Ukraine.
As reported by Dutch News online, some 32% of the eligible population voted in the referendum and 61% said ‘no’, meaning the go...
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