Past event

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Research Event

Transforming Ukraine: Successes and Obstacles on the Way to Reform

Chatham House, London

Ukraine Forum

Event documents

Transcript
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Transcript: Q&A
pdf | 138.15 KB

Participants

Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Prime Minister, Ukraine
Chair: Robert Brinkley CMG, Chairman, BEARR Trust; British Ambassador to Ukraine (2002-06)

Overview

The Ukrainian government has declared an ambitious reform agenda aimed at uprooting corruption and restoring trust in public institutions, with 18 separate structural reform plans targeting key areas of Ukraine’s economy and governance. The prime minister of Ukraine will reflect on the successes of the reform agenda to date and the obstacles that still remain. He will also discuss the ways he feels the international community could support reform in Ukraine. 

We will be operating a ballot for this event. Members wishing to attend, please register your interest by 15:00 on Tuesday 14 July. Successful registrants will be sent e-tickets by 17:00. 

Unfortunately for this event we are unable to register members' guests.

LIVE STREAM: This event will be live streamed. The live stream will be made available at 18:00 BST on Wednesday 15 July.

ASK A QUESTION: We will endeavour to ensure that questions are put to the speaker from our online audience as well as from the audience in the auditorium. Questions can be sent in advance via email to questions@chathamhouse.org and during the event on Twitter using #CHEvents.

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL AND WE HAVE CLOSED THE REGISTRATION LIST.