Ukraine’s strive to become a modern European state has been hindered by corruption. This, in turn, has been affecting the country’s chance of becoming a member of the European Union. In this week’s interview we sat down with Switzerland’s Ambassador to Ukraine Guillaume Scheurer to discuss reforms, fighting corruption and Ukraine’s future.
After battling corruption and tackling reform, what’s next for Ukraine? (part 1)
Swiss envoy discusses major obstacles on Ukraine’s road to success and overcoming them
Turchynov and Merkel’s Secretary discussed situation in eastern Ukraine 7 December, 22:44
Trilateral contact group meeting kicks off in Minsk 7 December, 13:29
Poroshenko visits military near Horlivka 5 December, 18:29
- UKRAINE TOP 19:15Yulia Tymoshenko: "Tymoshenko: If Poroshenko wants to fight with me, I suggest doing it personally"
- UKRAINE TOP 21:13Christophe Lacaren: "French winemaker Lacaren: Ukraine destroys small producers and competition"
- UA & EU18:00Erik Brattberg: "Success story of Ukraine will show that Putin's model is incorrect, - Swedish analyst"
- UKRAINE TOP 23:12Mykhailo Nepran: "European countries are primarily interested in developing their own producers"
- POLITICS18:38Marieluise Beck: "German Green Party MP: No ceasefire - no elections in Donbas"
- POLITICS18:15Mikheil Saakashvili: "Saakashvili: 90% of Ukrainian political world are just ordinary hucksters"
- UKRAINE TOP 18:40Vadym Novinsky: "Ukrainian MP Novinsky condems Maidan and Saakashvili"
- UKRAINE TOP 18:25Oleksiy Shtyblikov: "Russian FSB and “Crimean saboteurs:” details of the case"
- POLITICS14:26Mikhail Minakov: "Political philosopher: Ukraine is a disoriented country"
- RUSSIA10:28Egidijus Vareikis: "We should not give Russia reasons to believe that it is forgiven"
SOCIETY 10:30, 18 July Matriculation campaign 2015: new challenges for Ukraine
23:04, 7 December EU, NATO to create center to deter hybrid threats