“Ukraine’s Recovery: Starting Point and Directions of Government Action”, Vasyl Yurchyshyn (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)

In its reconstruction and recovery, Ukraine cannot wait until the end of the war, which, according to many experts, may last for years. Therefore, any scenarios for the deployment of military, and then — recovery processes in Ukraine should be developed and implemented with due consideration of not only the needs of peaceful building of a new Ukraine, but also the tasks of current and future military counteraction to the aggressor.

At the same time, the generalised directions of action towards recovery should pursue two «macro goals» — formation of the national economy’s security structure and the economy’s full integration into the European economic environment.

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