“Political, economic, and structural consequences of Russian aggression for Ukraine and the international community” (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)

This publication was produced by the Razumkov Centre with the support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF), Project Office Ukraine. The views expressed by the authors do not necessarily reflect the views of the FNF.  

This extended summary of the publication presents generalised conclusions and recommendations, that is, economic policy objectives for Ukraine’s post-war recovery. If duly considered, these conclusions and recommendations will strengthen the capacity of the Ukrainian government and society to formulate updated conceptual frameworks for ensuring sustainable economic growth, creating proper institutions to promote business development, improving the wellbeing of people, and achieving a civilised level of social standards. Moreover, taking them into account in international politics will help strengthen Ukraine’s position among other democracies.  

Ukraine’s EU candidate status requires the country to multiply its institutional efforts, introduce measures and tools for maintaining economic resilience, and strengthen human and humanitarian capital amidst military operations and post-crisis recovery. The relevance of increased attention to Ukraine’s recovery is growing as the country is already one of the leading players in the agricultural and food markets, affecting the economic security — and thus the socio-economic stability — of many countries around the world.  

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