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German-Ukrainian Bilateral Relations. New Tendencies in Cooperation? [ONLINE]
10. чэрвеня 2020 @ 10:00 - 11:15
German-Ukrainian Bilateral Relations: New Tendencies in Cooperation?
Online-Event: 18th Ukraine Breakfast Debate
Wednesday, 10 June 2020, 10–11:15 AM
Welcome and Moderation:
Dr. Katrin Böttger*, Director, Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP),
Alyona Hetmanchuk, Director, New Europe Center (NEC), Kyiv
Ljudmyla Melnyk, Research Associate, Institut für Europäische Politik
Sergiy Solodkyy, First Deputy Director, New Europe Center (NEC), Kyiv
Dr. Susan Stewart, Head of the Research Division on Eastern Europe and
Eurasia, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP),
German-Ukrainian bilateral cooperation has been steadily intensifying since
2014 with Germany as an active supporter of the Ukrainian reform process
and a key actor in the talks within the Normandy Format. The year 2019 saw
a shift in the Ukrainian political landscape. The new Ukrainian president,
Volodymyr Selenskyy, was elected and during the first year of the current
legislative period, Ukraine has already seen two prime ministers and their
governments. These developments invite an exploration of their impacts on
the German-Ukrainian cooperation, the expectations and challenges for
bilateral relations, and how to foster sustainability in cooperation
between Germany and Ukraine in the future.
We are pleased to announce that the 18th Ukraine Breakfast Debate on
„German-Ukrainian Bilateral Relations: New Tendencies in Cooperation?”
will take place
online on Wednesday, June 10, 10–11:15 AM in partnership with the New
Europe Center. During our Ukraine Breakfast we will present the first
results of the joint German-Ukrainian study on the current trends in
German-Ukrainian relations. The paper is published in the framework of the
„Europeanisation beyond borders“ project implemented by New Europe Center
with the support of the Open Society Initiative for Europe.
Ukraine Breakfast Debates are part of the project “German Ukrainian
Researchers Network” (GURN). GURN aims to establish a German-Ukrainian
network for senior and junior researchers, strengthening expertise in the
field of policy analysis and promoting joint research projects. GURN is
conducted in cooperation with the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives
Foundation (DIF, Kyiv), the think tank development and research initiative
think twice UA (Kyiv), New Europe Center (NEC, Kyiv), and is kindly
supported by the Federal Foreign Office.
This event is furthermore organized in cooperation with the Berlin Policy
Hub, which has supported the elaboration of the joint Ukrainian-German
publication at IEP.
Please note that the event will be held in English.
Terms of participation
Register: Please register by 7 June 2020 by e-mail at
indicate your name and institution.
The Ukraine Breakfast Debate is held as an online event via Zoom. To
participate, we will send you the event link and further information by
email one day before the event.
In order to participate in Ukraine Breakfast Debate please have your
favourite cup of tea or coffee on hand to enjoy while listening and
discussing the topic.
The number of virtual seats is limited and switched-on video preferred.
After a successful registration and confirmation, participation is
You can participate via a computer, tablet, or mobile phone with internet
access and speakers. You will receive an event link which will open the
Zoom application. It is recommended to download the app when using Zoom for
the first time. This only takes a few minutes and is free of charge.
If you have any questions about the technical implementation, please
contact Ljudmyla Melnyk at Ljudmyla.Melnyk@iep-berlin.de
Tel.: 030 88 91 34 85