A roundtable "Geopolitical aspirations of Ukraine and Ukrainians: where we are going and where we are being awaited" will be held at Gorshenin Institute at 11:00 am on Friday, 11 March.
Within the framework of the roundtable, Gorshenin Institute will present results of the sociological studies "Social and political moods of the population of Ukraine. Block 3: geopolitical choice." What integration direction do Ukrainians choose? Have Ukrainians changed their attitude to the Euro-Atlantic integration? How do Ukrainians treat Russia, Germany, USA, Belarus, other countries and their political leaders?
Organized by: Gorshenin Institute
Questions to be discussed:
Do the recent statements of European politicians mean the failure of Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic integration? Does Ukraine have a chance to become a full EU and NATO member in the next ten years? Do Ukrainians want this?
Referendum in the Netherlands: diagnosis to Ukraine or EU? What result is to be expected from the referendum and what it will mean for Ukraine?
What external obstacles can hinder Ukraine to realize its European integration aspirations?
Visa-free regime with the EU: myth or reality?
Is there a civilized alternative to the Euro-Atlantic way of development for Ukraine?
–Ivanna Klimpush-Tsynadze, Ukrainian MP, first deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Foreign Affairs
–Dmytro Kuleba, ambassador-at-large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
–Dmytro Ostroushko, expert of the international department of Gorshenin Institute
For accreditation, call (044) 230 49 62.
Any coverage of the event must mention the discussion organizer – Gorshenin Institute.
Gorshenin Institute address: 18b, Mala Zhytomyrska Street, Kiev (enter through the arch from Mykhaylivskyy Lane).