In 2019, Ukraine underwent another revolution five years since the previous one – this time through the ballot box. Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his party, Servant of the People, won an overwhelming majority giving them a large mandate for change, especially for economic growth and anti-corruption reform.
Ukraine’s prime minister, Oleksiy Honcharuk, presents the plans and vision of the new government.
What are the key priorities of the new Cabinet?
How will they go about delivering on the structural reforms that underpin economic growth, not least strengthening the rule of law?
What is the path to steady economic growth?
What are the internal and external risks en route and how can the West best assist in Ukraine’s reform agenda?
Oleksiy Honcharuk, Prime Minister, Ukraine
Chair: Robert Brinkley, Chairman, Steering Committee, Ukraine Forum, Chatham House