RG Comment: Ukraine Breakthrough in Ukraine-Russia peace talks as Kyiv agrees to Donbass elections
Rasmussen Global’s Chief Strategy Officer Fabrice Pothier discusses elections for the Donbass region of Ukraine.
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Following the Revolution of Dignity in 2014, the Government of Ukraine has embarked on an ambitious journey to modernize the economy, uproot corruption and seek closer integration with Europe.
Reaching out to decision-makers and opinion formers, and shaping the debate on critical public policy issues, the project aims to keep Ukraine on the international agenda while keeping reforms on Kyiv’s agenda.
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