Presentation of “EU-Ukraine” report at Polish Senate

The authors of the CASE and CASE Ukraine Report “Prospects for EU-Ukraine Relations”  presented its major findings at a joint-session of the Committee on EU Affairs and the Foreign Relations Committee of the Polish Senate.

Participants included Bogdan Borusewicz, the Speaker of the Polish Senate, Ewa Balcerowicz, President of the CASE Management Board as well as representatives of
the Ukrainian embassy in Poland and the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Earlier this month the team presented at a mini-hearing of the European Parliament’s Committee on International Trade in Brussels as well as a session of the Baltic Intergroup of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The report has also been presented to academic audiences in Berlin (hosted by DIW Berlin - German Institute for Economic Research) and Kyiv (hosted by CASE Ukraine).

The report is the result of a joint research project undertaken by economists from CASE and its daughter organization – CASE Ukraine. It was funded by Pekao SA Bank and Central European Initiative Know-how Exchange Programme

Prospects for EU-Ukraine Relations (Full Report in English and Ukrianian)
E-Brief "EU-Ukraine Relations: What Lies Ahead?" (Short summary of major findings in English)
Power Point presentation  (Presentation for Polish Senate - in Polish)
Press Release (in Polish)
Project description (webpage in English and Polish)