The Ukrainian government is not doing enough to provide for reforms and institutionalized corruption, and all can "derail" the country - to such conclusion participants of the forum, conducted by the us Atlantic Council (Atlantic Council) in Polish Wroclaw. About it is notified on.
"No problem, which would be a bigger threat to long-term success of Ukraine today than legalized corruption", said participating in the forum Geoffrey Pyatt, the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine.
Ex-Minister of economic development and trade of Ukraine Pavlo Sheremeta quoted Marshal of the Polish Sejm Radoslaw Sikorski, who said that " in Poland was the national obsession on the issue of joining the EU and NATO." Review Sheremeta, Ukraine this "obsession" is clearly not enough.
in response to criticism of the pace of reform the current Minister of economic development and trade of Ukraine aivaras Abromavicius complained of difficulties with " communication ". According to his statement, a number of reforms already enacted but not yet brought to the General public.
Lviv mayor Andriy Sadovy has said that the country needs more rapid decentralization. However, the "system" is afraid of that, he said.
Eugene Czolij, head of the Ukrainian world Congress, believes that one of the major challenges for Ukraine, the activities of the Russian media, most importantly RT and Sputnik. They convince the people of the country and international Commonwealth that "Ukraine is either a failed state, or soon becomes," he said.