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Policy Dialogue
Building resilience in Ukraine through reforms and anti-corruption

Monday, 28 May 2018

Since the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity, the government of Ukraine has made important progress in reforming the energy sector, health, pensions, public sector transparency and the banking sector. Ground-breaking steps have also been taken in the fight against Ukraine’s pandemic corruption with the launch of an e-declaration system and independent anti-corruption bodies. On 27 June 2018, Ukraine and Denmark will be jointly hosting the international Ukraine Reform Conference ‘A Driver for Change’ in Copenhagen to discuss the current state of Ukraine and its relations with the EU and Russia. This Policy Dialogue addressed the various points of interest that will be discussed at the conference in Copenhagen from both a Ukrainian and EU perspective.

Speakers included: Herman Van Rompuy, President emeritus of the European Council and President of the European Policy Centre, Anders Samuelsen, Minister of Foreign Affairs Denmark, Ivana Klympush-Tsintsadze, Deputy Prime-Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Ukraine, John Lough, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Peter Wagner, Head of Support Group for Ukraine, Anna Derevyanko, Executive Director, European Business Association, Olenna Halushka, Ukraine Anti-Corruption Action Centre.

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