Discussion with the students from the University of Economics on the developments in Ukraine

On the 27th of October 2015, Grigorij Mesežnikov discussed with the students from the University of Economics in Bratislava the current developments in Ukraine

He focused on the current internal political situation, the causes of the Russian-Ukrainian military conflict, the process of building an independent Ukrainian state after 1992.

He also touched-upon the changes in the foreign political priorities of Ukraine after the Euro-Maidan and after the “Revolution of Dignity”, socio-economic and political reforms which are being introduced by the new ruling elite and the shift in the opinion of the population towards a significant support of the Euro-Atlantic orientation of the country. 

The subject of the discussion was the “the interpretation war” in respect of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, about its actors and its background. The discussion was moderated by Marek Pocklan, from EAC. The discussion was organised by the regional department of the Euro-Atlantic Centre in Bratislava.

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