"The committee will also discuss the report on visa liberalization with Ukraine, together with Deputy Foreign Minister Olena Zerkal," the statement reads.
Moreover, the reports and the decisions to open the inter-institutional negotiations on allowing nationals from Georgia and from Kosovo to be exempt from holding a visa when travelling in the EU will be put to vote.
On Aug. 30, a resolution to put Ukraine on the list of third countries whose citizens enjoy visa-free travel to the EU was registered with the European Parliament.
Earlier this year, the European Commission came up with a legislative proposal on visa-free travel for Ukrainian citizens.
On Aug. 18, President Petro Poroshenko said the introduction of a visa-free regime between Ukraine and the EU was "a matter of several weeks."