Video Period 24 minutes 50 seconds
European Fee recommends ‘candidate standing’ for Ukraine and Moldova.
“Ukrainians are able to die for the European perspective.” That’s in response to leaders of the European Union.
The chief arm of the 27-member bloc is recommending “candidate standing” for Ukraine, together with Moldova.
Russia’s invasion has made the problem ever extra pressing. Nevertheless, all EU members should approve the candidacy.
If membership talks go forward, it may take years to finalise, and Ukraine must decide to reforming its financial system, judicial system, and accepting the widespread European foreign money.
So will Kyiv be capable to overcome these challenges?
Presenter: Nick Clark
Olexander Scherba – Former Ukrainian ambassador to Austria
Alena Kudzko – Director, GLOBSEC Coverage Institute
Pieter Cleppe – Editor at BrusselsReport.EU, a web site devoted to European Union coverage