Ukraine must apply EU procurement rules. As a result, the companies of each of them are free to participate in the public tenders of the other. Title II provides for reform of political dialogue and cooperation between political associations, as well as convergence in foreign policy and foreign policy. Title II of the agreement provides for the intensification of political dialogue and cooperation between the EU and Ukraine with a view to gradual convergence in the area of the common foreign and security policy and the common security and defence policy. The CCFTA foresees the immediate abolition of tariffs on more than 97% of Ukraine`s exports to the EU. Three per cent remain subject to import duties, particularly some agricultural products. Enhanced quotas are granted for other import areas, particularly for agriculture. Unlike the usual free trade zones, the DCFTA aims to offer the associated country the „four freedoms“ of the EU internal market: the free movement of goods, services, capital and people. However, the free movement of persons takes the form of a visa-free regime for short-term travel, while the free movement of workers remains the responsibility of EU Member States.  The DCFTA is an „example of the integration of a non-EEA country into the EU internal market“.
 PROTOCOLE III – on a framework agreement between the European Union and Ukraine establishing the general principles of Ukraine`s participation in trade union programmes There is confirmation of the right of States to regulation while seeking a high level of environmental and labour protection and the obligation to waive or abstain from these standards in a way that affects trade or investment between the parties. There should be strict oversight mechanisms, including public control through the participation of civil society. The EU and Ukraine meet regularly to discuss issues and best practices in implementing the agreement. Committees meet regularly. The economic component of the Association Agreement was signed at Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko`s meeting with the European Council, EU heads of state and government, heads of state and government of the 28 EU member states on 27 June 2014. In particular, Title III „Justice, Freedom and Security,“ Title IV „Trade and Trade Issues,“ Title V „Economic and Sectoral Cooperation“ and Title VI „Provisions for Financial Cooperation and Anti-Fraud.“ This economic component of the agreement, coupled with the previously signed political part, is a unique document. According to Russian Presidential Adviser Sergei Glazyev, if Ukraine opted for the agreement, the customs union of the Eurasian Economic Commission would withdraw from Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia from free trade agreements with the country.  On 21 November 2013, a Decree of the Ukrainian Government suspended preparations for the signing of the agreement, which was to be signed at an EU summit in Vilnius from 28 to 29 November 2013, and it was not signed. [a] [b]          The decision to organize the signing of the Association Agreement led to the Ukrainian revolution in 2014, called Euromaidan.   In particular, the preamble, Title I ,“ General Principles, Title II, „Political Dialogue and Reform, Political Association, Cooperation and Convergence on Foreign and Security Policy“ and Title VII „Institutional, General and Definitive Arrangements“ of the Agreement. The agreement provides for trade measures.
It includes traditional protection mechanisms such as anti-dumping and anti-subsidy mechanisms. WTO rights and obligations are applied to ensure fair treatment. Follow the link for more information on the implementation of trade and sustainable development (TSD) in trade agreements – SSD Committees and civil society meetings In March 2007, negotiations on a new and improved agreement would replace the previous EU-Ukraine Partnership and Cooperation Agreement under the EU-Ukraine Action Plan.