“Migration patterns and impacts: Lessons for Ukraine”, Olha Pyshculina and Vasyl Yurchyshyn (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)

This publication has been made within the framework of the MATRA Programme supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ukraine. The opinions expressed are those of the authors only and should not be considered as representative of the Embassy’s official position. 

Ukraine’s socio-economic after the war recovery should become an absolute priority of state policy and include a number of complex tasks of overcoming catastrophic humanitarian shocks; ensuring accelerated restoration of normal functioning and development of domestic institutions, sectors of the economy and markets; rebuilding housing, transport and social infrastructure; ensuring the development of human potential; and encouraging the growth of positive expectations in Ukrainian society. At the same time, interaction with global actors should be central, in particular, in achieving the social goals set out in the current EU-Ukraine Association Agreement and the tasks associated with Ukraine’s EU candidate status obtained in June 2022

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