Ukraine's President to hear some praise at EU-Ukraine summit
European Union leaders will praise Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday for his reform efforts but covertly the EU is losing patience over Kyiv's indecisive steps against corruption and the intractable conflict in the country's east, Reuters.
Three years after a pro-EU uprising overthrew Ukraine's pro-Russian president, Poroshenko will be in Brussels for an EU-Ukraine summit where he will be told he must do more to earn closer relations with the bloc.
"3 years since EuroMaidan," European Council President Donald Tusk said on Twitter, referring to the 2014 street revolt, ahead of the summit. "Ukraine on right track under President Poroshenko's leadership. EU support remains strong."