The dialogue will aim to improve knowledge and understanding of one party`s laws, policies and practices; improving cooperation between the Parties` competent trade defence authorities; to review international developments in the area of trade defence; and cooperate with all other trade policy remedies.  At the EU-Ukraine Summit in Paris in September 2008, the parties agreed that the new enlarged agreement would be qualified as an association agreement. The economic part of the Association Agreement was signed at the meeting of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko with the European Council, the Heads of State and Government of the European Union, the 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-related matters`, Title V `Economic and sectoral cooperation` and Title VI `Financial cooperation and anti-fraud provisions`. This economic part of the agreement constitutes, together with the previously signed political part, a single document. The Parties will progressively establish a free trade area known as the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA), which will take place for a transitional period of up to ten years from the entry into force of the Agreement.  Under the Eastern Partnership, Poland and Ukraine have concluded a new agreement that replaces visas with simplified authorisations for Ukrainians within 30 km of the border. Up to 1.5 million people can benefit from this agreement, which entered into force on 1 July 2009.