International panel debate discussing current situation in Ukraine.
Two years after Euromaidan, and one and half year after the start of the Russian aggression, the Ukraine is far from being stable, prosperous and secure. The country – still under military pressure from Russia – is trying to push through needed socio-economic reforms and implement far-reaching administrative, institutional and constitutional amendments stipulated in Minsk accords. With the brutal conflict in Syria and all its related consequences, the West is gradually losing attention paid to Ukraine. However, Ukraine has not resigned from the objective of becoming a member of Euro-Atlantic integration structures. The West has to face it, as stability and prosperity of Ukraine are crucial for upholding secure EU’s neighbourhood.
- Štefan Füle, Former European Commissioner for Enlargement and ENP, Prague
- Olena Halushka, International Relations Manager, Reanimation Package of Reforms, Kyiv
- Bruce Jackson, Founder and President, Project on Transitional Democracies, Washington D.C.
- Jan Michal, Head, Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic, Prague
- Vít Dostál, Director of the Research Center, AMO, Prague
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Jiří Mahen Library in Brno,Map
- Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, U.S. Embassy Prague, Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic and the Slovak Atlantic Commission (SAC)
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