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
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