4 april 2016, om 18:30, Fondation Universitaire, Rue d'Egmont 11, Brussels, Room Félicien Cattier | Fondation Universitaire, Rue d'Egmont 11, Brussels, Room Félicien Cattier

JEF – From Euromaidan to the Dutch referendum – what’s the EU’s strategy for Ukraine?

Ukraine is back in the spotlight of EU politics. Is the Poroshenko administration pushing through with its large scale transformation project or is corruption and clientelism sneaking back in? What’s the EU’s strategy? And how will the Dutch referendum affect EU-Ukraine relations?

In year three after Euromaidan, Ukraine is at the crossroads. Time to take stock and look ahead with some of the leading experts and decision-makers in EU-Ukraine relations

Join us for the conference “From Euromaidan to the Dutch referendum – what’s the EU’s strategy for Ukraine?” on 4 April, 18:30 at Fondation Universitaire, Rue d’Egmont 11, Brussels, Room Félicien Cattier.

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Guests:

Elmar Brok MEP, Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET), President of the Union of European Federalists (tbc.)

Petras Austrevicius MEP, Member of AFET and Euronest

Rebecca Harms MEP
, Member of Euronest and the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Assembly

Arnoldas Pranckevicius, Adviser for External Policies (ENP) at the Cabinet of President Martin Schulz

Amanda Paul, Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre (EPC)

Olena Prystayko, Executive Director, Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office Brussels

Moderator: Christopher Glück, President of the Young European Federalists (JEF Europe)

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