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“New European Policy” in Dnipropetrovsk

06:19 18.03.14
Institute of World Policy held the discussion “Successful Ukraine: where to start?” in Dnipropetrovsk on the 18th of March, 2014.

Leading Ukrainian experts and European diplomats participated in the discussion: Ambassador of France in Ukraine Alain Remy, Deputy Head of Mission at the Austrian Embassy Aigner Johannes, Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine Oleksii Khmara, CEO of the Centre for Political and Legal Reforms Igor Koliushko, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2007-2009) Volodymyr Ohryzko, and experts of the Institute of World Policy - Alyona Getmanchuk, director, and Serhiy Solodky, first deputy director. They were joined by the regional experts, representatives of the local government and leaders of civil society.

Participants discussed the first steps that Ukrainian government should make in order to start a real “Europeanization” of Ukraine; in particular, anti-corruption policy, judicial reform, and police reform.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2007-2009) Volodymyr Ohryzko, CEO of the Centre for Political and Legal Reforms Igor Koliushko, and Ambassador of France in Ukraine Alain Remy

French Ambassador to Ukraine Alain Remy

CEO of the Centre for Political and Legal Reforms Igor Koliushko speaking

First Deputy Director of the IWP Serhiy Solodky and Director Alyona Getmanchuk

Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine Oleksii Khmara speaking

Deputy Head of Mission at the Austrian Embassy Aigner Johannes

Journalist, political scientist Yuri Reichel

Representative of civil society Victor Zhyh

The discussion was organized in the framework of IWP’s project “New European Policy” with the support of UNITER project “Ukraine National Initiatives to Enhance Reforms” funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Pact.

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