Europe in UkraineNews

UEP team and partners continue the work – discussions and working breakfasts in Brussels

By June 6, 2018 No Comments

On the 4th and 5th of June Ukraine is discussed in Brussels again. This time economic issues are in the focus.

On Monday, June 4th, in the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Brussels the conference Presenting Ukraine to the EU Business Community: “Future Perspectives of Ukraine & Europe: Report on Current State of Affairs” was held.

Opening & Welcome:

Rolf Baron von HOHENAU
President of the European Taxpayers Association

Dr. Horst HEITZ
Executive Director of SME Europe of the EPP

Marianna DANYLIV
Chairman of the UEP Supervisory Board, Coordinator of the project “Europe in Ukraine”

Keynote Speech & Presentation:

Moderated by:

Yuri LUTSENKO
General Prosecutor of Ukraine

Maxim NEFYODOV
First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine

Dr. Ralf SCHNEIDER
Vice President of the European Journalist Association

On Tuesday, June 5th, the Working Breakfast “Prosperous Ukraine – EU Partnership: Future Strategies, Trade & Investment” was held.

Welcome & Opening:

Honorary Speech:

Dr. Horst Heitz
Executive Director of the SME Europe of the EPP, CEO of the SME Connect

Stepan KUBIV
First Vice-Prime Minister of Ukraine and Minister of Economic Development and Trade

Cecilia MALMSTRÖM
European Commissioner for Trade

Open Round Table Discussion:

Yuri LUTSENKO
Prosecutor General of Ukraine

Elmar BROK MEP
chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs

Maxim NEFYODOV
First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine

Conclusions:

Moderated by:

Prof. Dr. Klaus BUCHNER MEP
Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs

Rolf Baron von HOHENAU
President of the European Taxpayers Association, President of the Bavarian Taxpayers Association

Dr. Ralf SCHNEIDER
Vice President of the European Journalist Association

On the 5th of June the press-conference of Yuri Lutsenko, Stepan Kubiv and Maxim Nefyodov for the representatives of the international press was also organised.