Discussion about Ukraine in the Zichy Palace in Bratislava

The discussion ‘The Revolution of Dignity. The Journey to Europe’ was devoted to the second anniversary of the Euro-Maidan. It was organized by the Ukrainian-Slovak Initiative (USI), in the Zichy Palace in Bratislava on the 30th of November 2015.

The following people took part in the discussion: Grigorij Mesežnikov (Institute for Public Affairs), Radovan Bránik (.týždeň), Pavol Demeš (GMF US), Juraj Mesík (Palacký University, Olomouc), Stanislav Feskov (The Embassy of Ukraine in the Slovak Republic) and Alina Golovina (film director, Kiev).

Participants of this discussion, moderated by Ľudmila Verbická, Chairman of USI, concentrated on the course of The Revolution of Dignity, its main driving forces, post-revolutionary development, the causes of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, the relations between Ukraine and Europe and the reforms that are currently the most important challenge for the Ukrainian society.

The discussion was preceded by showing the Ukrainian documentary film, ‘The Winter, which changed us’ (Zima, ktorá nás zmenila).  


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