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
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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