The on-going events in the South-East Ukrainian regions showed that the Minsk Agreement of September 5 2014 has not been effective enough. The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has reported that at least 262 people were killed due to the hostilities during nine days, between 13 and 21 January. After the Minsk Agreement, this was the first time that the situation got so tense.
Considering this background Caucasian House is organizing the public discussion on – Current Situation in Ukraine and the Ways of Conflict De-escalation
Address: 20 Tabidze str., Caucasian House
Working Language: Russian
12:00-12:20 Yuliya Bidenko, Karazin Kharkov National University – Situation at the conflict zone
12:20-12:40 Timur Alevsky, Journalist Echo Moskvi – Donbass Crisis from Journalist’s Prospective
12:40 -13:00 Elena Zakharova, International Centre for Policy Studies – National Dialogue in Ukraine: Aims, Achievements and Challenges
13:00 -13:20 Sergey Utkin, Center for Situation Analyzes – Search for the Solutions to the Ukrainian Crisis
13:20-14:00 – Discussion
The public discussion is held in the framework of the project Ukraine – out of the Crisis through Dialogue financed by The Conflict Pool of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.