Discussion “On European integration in plain language”
European integration is our strategic priority. In June last year, Ukraine received the status of a candidate for EU membership, which is a significant leap in the European integration process. Now before the society, not only before the officials, there is an incredible challenge to bring many already familiar things in line with “European standards”.
Moreover, Ukraine will need to more actively immerse itself in the specifics of decision-making in the European community (a vivid example is the ban on the import of Ukrainian grain), which is very unusual for both the country’s leadership and Ukrainian business. What will change in the everyday life of Ukrainians in the process of European integration? What are the challenges before us? What is a realistic timeline for completing the admissions process?
We will talk about these and other issues with the participants of the discussion.
- Veronika Movchan, Research Director of the Institute of Economic Research and Political Consultations
- Dmytro Naumenko, senior analyst at the Ukrainian Center for European Policy
Moderator: Dmytro Boyarchuk, executive director of CASE Ukraine
Organizer of the discussion: CASE Ukraine Center for Socio-Economic Research. With support and information partnership with a leading online business publication “Economic Truth”.
This event is presented by CASE Ukraine within the framework of the “Get Involved” Community Action Promotion Program, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pact in Ukraine. The content of the event is the sole responsibility of Pact and its partners and does not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) or the US government.