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Prominent politicians and businessmen talks on the future of Ukraine on its way to the EU in new NV event

NV organizes another brainstorming session and invites to discuss Ukraine's European integration path
NV organizes another brainstorming session and invites to discuss Ukraine's European integration path

On March 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. EET, NV will hold a new event ‘Ukraine’s European Path: Dialogues About the Future’, which is an another brainstorming session and invites you to discuss Ukraine's European integration path.

The long struggle for freedom and independence. Difficult dramatic trials. Historical revolutions. Radical yet necessary changes. Contradictory turbulent processes. A full-scale war. Painful losses.

Ukraine is charting its European path against all odds. It is going through a unique integration experience in the history of the European Union. In the midst of war, Kyiv receives the status of an EU candidate. And it is opening up new opportunities and prospects for itself.

Will we be able to pass the final stage and join the European Union? Will we use our chance for prosperity? How will the management system change? What will business have to rethink? What will the new social contract look like?

About the new rules, requirements, challenges, and readiness of not only Ukraine but also the EU countries. About what will change for every Ukrainian.

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That is the topics we will discuss on March 28.

Among the speakers are the head of the National Bank of Ukraine Andriy Pyshnyi, Chair of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Ukraine's Integration into the EU Ivanna Klympush-Tsyntsadze, Ambassador of Sweden to Ukraine Martin Oberg, Chairman of the Board of Naftogaz of Ukraine Oleksiy Chernyshov, CEO of Dragon Capital Tomas Fiala, CEO of Ukroboronprom Herman Smetanin, , Viacheslav Klymov, President of Biopharma Kostiantyn Yefymenko, and others.

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The event will also be streamed online at all NV venues. Stay tuned for updates.

Over the past six years, NV has been actively organizing lectures and discussion panels, which have already featured American historian Francis Fukuyama, US Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink, US-Swedish economist Anders Aslund, co-author of the bestselling book "Why Nations Fail", James Robinson, and others.

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