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.
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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
- POLITICS22:09Viktor Mironenko: "Specific war between Russia and Ukraine, in which someone third wins"
- UKRAINE TOP 10:57Elina Svitolina: "Elina Svitolina: Life is not limited to tennis"
- UKRAINE TOP 15:24Taavi Rõivas: "Ex-PM of Estonia: Kremlin wants to break the unity of Europe"
- SOCIETY22:37Oleh Slobodyan: ""It is not an option to tell EU border guard "l want to visit my friend in Warsaw" and hope that this will end the dialogue""
- POLITICS23:33Stanislav Belkovsky: "Ukraine will be correlated with Russia, like South Korea with North"
- SOCIETY16:24Yevhen Halych: "Kyiv ready for Eurovision"
- UKRAINE TOP 23:20Vitaliy Petruk: "50 Ukrainian and international companies want to set solar panels in Chernobyl zone"
- UKRAINE CRISIS 21:42Georgiy Logvynsky: "Realities of Russian occupation in Ukaine"
- UKRAINE TOP 14:44David Cameron: "David Cameron: We are ready to keep sanctions against Russia as long as needed"
- UKRAINE TOP 17:08Eka Tkeshelashvili: "Ukraine’s system of corruption has some gaps; they should be expanded"
SOCIETY 10:30, 18 July Matriculation campaign 2015: new challenges for Ukraine