Ukraine to present complete reform agenda in Copenhagen

Ukraine to present complete reform agenda in Copenhagen

The comprehensive agenda will be presented at the annual international Ukraine Reform Conference in Copenhagen, and Kyiv hopes for an open dialogue with Western partners.

This was announced by Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Oleksandr Sayenko, who took part in discussion "Stability and Reforms in Ukraine" within the framework of the Ukrainian Week in Berlin, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"We prepare the reform agenda, we want to present concrete achievements and successes of Ukraine... There are problems and challenges, but we need a frank and mutually beneficial dialogue with the EU," Sayenko said.

He recalled that an open platform – Ukraine Reform Conference – was created in 2017. The first conference took place in London. The recent interim event was organized in Kyiv. On June 27, Copenhagen will host the next conference.

"We have deliberately created such a transparent instrument to hold an open, frank dialogue with the international partners, civil society and parliamentarians to avoid guesswork about the reforms in Ukraine," Sayenko said.


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