We need help promoting good News from Ukraine,she said, answering the question of what assistance Ukraine needs from the EU for further rapprochement with the European community.
The Vice Prime Minister also noted that she had already conveyed such a signal to the European side: this was discussed on Monday morning during her meeting with ambassadors of the European Union countries.
According to her, “because of the lack of good news, Ukraine sometimes creates an unjustifiably negative image,” which causes resistance of EU citizens to further rapprochement with Kiev.
Good, sometimes even boring news should be heard by European society. It is society, not politicians. We know that bad news quickly finds its way to the media without any help. But we don’t have the opportunity to push through the positive news,explained Klimpush-Tsintsadze.