Ukraine's reforms on the way to EU integration
On Friday 26 May, 2023, the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies (SCEEUS) are organizing a high-level discussion with keynote speaker Olga Stefanishyna, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine.
Ukraine is making progress on reforms on the way to full EU integration. The presentation and discussion will focus on next steps in EU integration and on Ukraine’s expectations from the Vilnius Summit as well as on strengthening European security in the face of Russia’s war of aggression and the role of Ukraine in this process.
SITE and SCEEUS have the honor of hosting a distinguished keynote speaker, Olga Stefanishyna (Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine) who will share her insights on these important matters for Ukraine and all of Europe.
Olga Stefanishyna, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine
In 2008, Minister Stefanishyna graduated from the institute of International Relations and International Law of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv University (in international law and English translator). In 2016, she received a specialist degree in Finance and Credit from Odesa National Economics University. Minister Stefanishyna, after a short career as legal adviser, became an employee of the Ministry of Justice at the end of 2007. From March to December 2017, Minister Stefanishyna worked as the director of the Government Office for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of the Cabinet of Ministers Secretariat.
On 4 June 2020 Stefanishyna was appointed as the Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine.
Fredrik Löjdquist, Director of the Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies.
The event will be chaired by Torbjörn Becker, Director of Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics.
This event is organised by the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies (SCEEUS) at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI).