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V4 countries' experience of reforms and lessons for Ukraine

On 24 November 2014, international conference European integration of the Visegrad countries: experience of reforms and lessons for Ukraine had been held in Kijev, Ukraine. The conference was organized by The Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiative Foundation (DIF) from Kyiv as a final event of a project Road to the EU of the Visegrad countries: Lessons for Ukraine

The reforms in Slovakia were described by IVO president Grigorij Mesežnikov in his conference contribution.

The conference saw a participation of Iryna Bekeshkina - director of DIF; Ukrainian experts Andriy Andrushkiv, Yuriy Hanushchak, Hlib Kanyevsky, Volodymyr Fesenko, Illya Neskhodovsky; László Csaba Papp - deputy of Ambassador of Hungary to Ukraine; Václav Kříž - EUROPEUM Prague,  Bartosz Radzikowski - CASE Warszaw and Grigorij Mesežnikov - IVO Slovakia. The discussion was moderate by Maria Zolkina, DIF.

Conference program and discussed questions:

http://www.dif.org.ua/ua/publications/press-relizy/evropeiskja-ukraini.htm
http://www.dif.org.ua/ua/multimedia/evropeisa-v-ukrinformi.htm

The summary of experts' speeches: 

http://www.dif.org.ua/ua/events/velika-pidtrimnja-reform-.htm
http://www.dif.org.ua/ua/events/integracain-dlja-ukraini.htm


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