Modern World and Economic Diplomacy: Challenges, Solutions and Recovery of Ukraine | International ConferenceOn 4 April at 10:00 am an International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern World and Economic Diplomacy: Challenges, solutions and recovery of Ukraine” will be held.
The main directions of the conference are:
- Economic diplomacy and its tasks during military conflicts.
- International cooperation in managing global crises
- Recovery of Ukraine.
- Olexandr Banko, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine;
- Mustafa Nayyem, Head of the State Agency for Restoration and Infrastructure Development;
- Volodymyr Khomanets, Ambassador of Ukraine to Tunisia;
- Artem Rybchenko, Ambassador-at-large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine;
- Dr Serhiy Korablin, Deputy Director of the Institute for Economics and Forecasting.
- Anna Derevyanko, Executive Director of the European Business Association;
- Prof. Oleksandr Sharov, Institute for Economics and Forecasting;
- Prof. Peter van Bergeijk, International Economics and Macroeconomics at the Institute of Social Studies (Erasmus University);
- Prof. Stephen Woolcock, The London School of Economics and Political Science – LSE;
- Prof. Przemysław Żurawski Vel Grajewski, Advisor of Foreign Minister, Poland;
- David Rubens, Executive Director of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (London, UK);
- Prof. Raymond Saner, University of Basel and Centre for Socio-Economic Development;
- Hele Karilaid, Counsellor, Department of Economic Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia.
Welcome address by Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
Opening remarks by Hennadii Nadolenko, Director of the Hennadii Udovenko Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine, and Valeriy Heyts, Director of the Institute of Economics and Forecasting of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Date: 4 April
Format: online (Webex)
Based on the conference results, a collection of scientific abstracts will be created. These abstracts can be submitted by the event participants (diplomats, researchers, postgraduate students, and experts in foreign economic affairs). Terms and conditions for the submission of materials (abstracts) to go to the link: