President Volodymyr Zelensky expects the Verkhovna Rada to pass European integration laws as a priority.
He stated this in an address on Friday morning.
The appeal is devoted to granting Ukraine the status of a candidate for accession to the European Union.
"There is a lot of work ahead. The unity of all branches of government and society is our key to success. Despite the war, we continue to implement the legislation, norms and regulations of the EU in all areas of life. The government will develop a corresponding road map. The next steps are known. We have recommendations from the European Commission," the president said.
"From the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine we expect approval of the European integration laws as a priority. From all of you - high civic consciousness, devotion to our values and the realization that no one will build us a European Ukraine but us," the head of state added.
Deputy Prime Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Olga Stefanyshyn said earlier that the government was preparing to vote in the Verkhovna Rada more than 30 bills within the framework of European integration of Ukraine by the end of the year.
She also said that Ukraine expects to fulfill the recommendations of the European Commission to grant EU candidate status by the end of the year.