Maria Zolkina, political analyst at the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, shared her impression on the 15th Ukrainian Breakfast in Berlin.
More than 200 experts gathered at Lviv Security Forum in western Ukraine. Discussions at the event were focusing on ways to defend critical infrastructure, the economy, the political system, and cyber-space – from Russia’s disruptive actions.
Ukraine has completed the withdrawal of forces and equipment in the town of Zolote in the Donetsk region. The next stage – is the withdrawal of troops in the village of Petrivske, but the date is not yet determined.
The Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” presented a policy brief, prepared in the framework of the project “Promoting Security in the Black Sea Region through Greater Engagement of Non-Governmental Organisations” with the support from the Black Sea Trust Fund, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
For years, Ukraine and the European Union (EU) have been hesitantly cooperating on a range of common policies, and the process has arguably been assisting Ukraine to be gradually integrating into the EU-bound structures.
The Ukrainian Centre for European Policy presented research “A place for Ukraine in a more cohesive European Union: synergising the two different integrations”.
This document analyses the current information threats and opportunities to counter them in Ukraine, the EU and NATO, and the current state and development of cooperation between them in the field of strategic communications.
The International Centre for Policy Studies presented a study “Sanctions against Russian Federation”.
On October 1st this year, President Zelensky stated that Ukraine had agreed to the text of the so-called “Steinmeier formula”.
The International Centre for Policy Studies prepared research within the project “A bridge of understanding between Hungary and Ukraine” with the support of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.