The European Union has issued a warning to Ukraine ahead of a summit between the two sides, stating that there will be no short cuts in their relationship.
The summit, which is set to take place in the coming weeks, will see both sides discuss the future of their relationship and what they can do to deepen it.
The EU has stressed that Ukraine must continue to make progress on reforms and rule of law in order to strengthen its ties with the bloc.
The EU has also called on Ukraine to tackle corruption and improve the investment climate.
The EU has been a key partner for Ukraine since the country became independent from the Soviet Union in 1991.
In recent years, the EU has provided significant financial and technical support to help Ukraine implement reforms and modernize its economy.
However, the EU has also made it clear that Ukraine must do more to tackle corruption and improve the rule of law.
The EU has repeatedly called on Ukraine to strengthen its institutions and fight against corruption.
The EU has also stressed that Ukraine must continue to implement reforms in areas such as energy, the justice system, and the rule of law.