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A Vision: Ukraine – 2030: Sustainable Development Doctrine
July 10, 2018 @ 1:30 pm
Registration required … RSVP at:http://www.atlanticcouncil.org/events/upcoming-events/registration/a080H00002WWkRoQAL Please join the Atlantic Council for an event entitled A Vision: Ukraine – 2030: Sustainable Development Doctrine on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Atlantic Council headquarters (1030 15th Street NW, 12th Floor, West Tower Elevators). Ukraine has made significant progress on ambitious economic and financial reforms in recent years. Steps have been taken to intensify the fight against corruption and boost economic growth across a range of sectors. However, much work is still needed for Ukraine’s economic development and improvement of the socio-economic situation. In addition to focus on specific reforms and bolstering investor confidence, strategies for long-term sustainable development must also be considered. At this event, Mr. Serhiy Taruta, Member of Parliament, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, will present a paper, entitled Ukraine 2030, a vision which lays out a framework for the strategic direction of Ukraine’s long-term development. This will be followed by a discussion on the challenges and opportunities for Ukraine’s sustainable development. Introduction: Ambassador John Herbst, Director, Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council Paper Presentation: Mr. Serhiy Taruta, Member of Parliament, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Panel Discussion: Dr. Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow, Eurasia Center; Independent Member, Supervisory Board, Atlantic Council; Ukrzaliznytsia Dr. Vira Nanivksa, Policy Research Director, Collegium Anna Yaroslavna: East Dr. Edi Segura, Chairman of the Board; Partner and Chief Economist, The Blezyer Foundation; SigmaBleyzer Ms. Michele Small, Director, Head of the Washington DC Representative Office, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Mr. Morgan Williams, President, US-Ukraine Business Council Moderated by: Ambassador John Herbst, Director, Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council We hope you can join us for this timely discussion.