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What Next for Ukraine:Ukraine after the Election. VIDEO
11/05/2019
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Ukraine is still Europe's biggest crisis.  In the second round of elections, on April 21 Ukrainians did not renew their confidence in Petro Poroshenko - he lost in a landslide.  Can President Elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a showman and outsider,deliver on his promise to bring about radical change in the country? What are the national and international implications of the election outcome? How can it influence the war in the Donbass, Ukraine's geopolitical orientation, or bilateral relations with Hungary?

At the DI conference on April 25, 2019, Kurt Volker, US special representative for Ukraine negotiations, along with Zsolt Németh, chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly and László Brenzovics, MP in the Ukrainian Parliament and president of the Subcarpathian Hungarian Cultural Association, as well as Kálmán Mizsei, former head of mission at the European Union Advisory Mission on Civilian Security Sector Reform in Ukraine and Damon Wilson, Executive Vice President of the US Atlantic Council discussed the prospects of Ukraine.  Ambassador Ljubov Nepop commented their remarks.

 

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