5 YEARS OF ECONOMIC COOPERATION EUROPEAN UNION – UKRAINE IN THE LIGHT OF THE DCFTA
We would like to invite you to watch the online broadcast of the conference “5 years of economic cooperation between the European Union and Ukraine in the light of the DCFTA agreement”, organized by the Member of the European Parliament, former Prime Minister of Poland and President of the National Bank of Poland, Professor Marek Belka and the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament.
The effect of the five years of association agreement between the European Union and Ukraine and the resulting free trade zone is a dynamic growth of mutual trade relations and economic ties.
Five years of the DCFTA is an ideal moment to reflect on these relations, consider difficulties and above all, to lean over the opportunities for increased cooperation and further integration of Ukraine with the EU’s single market.
11:00 OPENING ADDRESS PROF. MAREK BELKA, MEMBER OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
11:15 – 12:15 EU – UKRAINE TRADE RELATIONS: ACHIEVEMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES MODERATOR: PROF. MAREK BELKA PANELISTS: LEON DELVAUX, DIRECTOR IN DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR TRADE, EUROPEAN COMMISSION TARAS KACHKA, DEPUTY MINISTER OF ECONOMY, TRADE REPRESENTATIVE OF UKRAINE RAFAŁ WEBER, SECRETARY OF STATE, MINISTRY OF INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND
12:30 – 13:50 POLAND – UKRAINE TRADE RELATIONS MODERATOR: JACEK PIECHOTA, PRESIDENT, POLISH-UKRAINIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PANELISTS: WOJCIECH KLIMEK, VICEPRESIDENT, FAKRO SP. Z 0.0. PIOTR CIARKOWSKI, PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POLISH ENTREPRENEURS IN UKRAINE; CO-FOUNDER & DIRECTOR, BIKOR SP. Z 0.0. MAREK SZEWCZAK, OWNER, AGRO EAST TRADE TOV STANISŁAW LISOWSKI, EXPORT DIRECTOR, ALUPLAST SP. Z 0.0. LESZEK GOŁĘBIECKI, PRESIDENT, UNIBEP S.A. ANATOLII KINACH, PRESIDENT, UKRAINIAN UNION OF INDUSTRIALISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OLEKSANDR BALDYNIUK, PRESIDENT, UKRKONDPROM ASSOCIATION IURII CHUVASHOV, DIRECTOR, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER “BASALT FIBROUS MATERIALS”
13:50 CLOSING REMARKS PROF. MAREK BELKA