Ukraine's Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman meets with German President Joachim Gauck at Bellevue Palace in Berlin on June 27, 2016. / AFP / dpa / Wolfgang Kumm
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Ukraine will join the EU within the next decade, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said Friday, adding that his country still believed strongly in the bloc despite Britain's vote to leave.Groysman told Germany's Funke media group that Ukraine saw its future in the West and hailed an association agreement with the EU as a "driving force" behind reforms in Kiev.The EU's landmark trade and political association agreement with Ukraine has been at the heart of the crisis in the country since the 2014 toppling of Moscow-backed president Viktor Yanukovych, who had rejected the deal.
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