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The proposed study will be presented the most important events, processes, and political decisions of the year 2020 that influenced the Romania-Ukraine bilateral dialogue.
The United States is among Ukraine’s key foreign partners and one of the main providers of substantial political, economic and military aid. Ever since Russia’s aggression in 2014, the US has been a staunch supporter, both in word and deed, of Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and security, as well as the implementation of democratic reforms.
Incoming president was deeply involved in Ukraine policy during the Obama administration
The context for Ukrainian-Hungarian cooperation is framed by two contrasting tracks of both countries geopolitical location: European integration and the Russian connection
We the participants of the first Czech-Ukrainian Forum, having assembled in the city of Prague on February 4th 2020, Drawing on the need to continue and further develop fruitful relations between Czech Republic and Ukraine, Welcoming the memorandum between the MFA of Czech Republic and MFA of Ukraine regarding the foundation of Czech-Ukrainian Forum, Being […]
On 20 March 2019 the conference “Ukraine and Georgia: way to de-occupation of its territories”, the second in a row of events in the framework of the international platform “Friends of de-occupation of Crimea” initiated by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, took place in Budapest. The event was co-organized by the Embassies of Ukraine and […]
The Project was aimed at studying the relations within the Ukraine-Moldova-Romania triangle with the consideration of current political developments in the three countries
In recent years, we have been witnessing significant changes in the foreign policy strategy of PRC, the interests of which are reaching far beyond the Asia-Pacific region. For instance, the One Belt, One Road global initiative encompasses more than 70 countries. Beijing is showing interest in Central Asia and Western Europe, the Balkan and Baltic […]
Strengthening cooperation between Ukraine and Romania is a key issue of the European Neighborhood and Partnership Policy, as well as of the international cooperation in the Black Sea Region and the Wider Eastern European region.
It is unquestionably that Chisinau can count on support from Kiev and Kiev, in its turn, relies on such support from Chisinau.
Both countries would definitely benefit more if they applied liberal and constructivist patterns rather than rational egoism