Gorshenin Institute will host a roundtable "Ukraine-US military and technical cooperation. Potential and reality" at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, 25 September.
The event is organised by Gorshenin Institute and the Ukrainian Security Studies Institute.
Points for discussion:
1. Ways of organising the best possible military and technical cooperation between Ukraine and the USA.
2. Kyiv's strategy of military and technical assistance and military and technical cooperation with the USA.
3. What foreign weapons does Ukraine need and how to ensure its delivery to the Armed Forces?
Ihor Smeshko, chief of the Security Service of Ukraine (2003-2005), head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Defence Ministry of Ukraine (1997-2000), chairman of the Intelligence Committee under the President of Ukraine (1995-1998, 2004-2005, 2014) , first deputy secretary of the National Security and Defence Council, and chairman of the Committee on Military and Technical Cooperation and Export Control under the President of Ukraine (2002-2003), a military, naval, airborne defence attache of Ukraine in the USA (1992-1995)
Valentyn Badrak, member of the board of the Ukrainian Security Studies Institute, director of the Centre for Army Research, Conversion and Disarmament
Volodymyr Havrylov, defence attache of Ukraine in the USA (2015-2018)
Anatoliy Pinchuk, president of the Ukrainian Centre for the Development of International Economic Relations
Viktor Sokolov, first vice president, Gorshenin Institute
Moderator: Natalya Klauning, director of communications, Gorshenin Institute
Contacts for media accreditation: +38 (044) 230 49 62, [email protected]
Any coverage of the event must mention Gorshenin Institute and the Ukrainian Security Studies Institute.
Venue: Gorshenin Institute, 18-b, Mala Zhytomyrska St, Kyiv (enter through the arch from Mykhaylivskyy Lane)