With a helping hand from the EU, Ukraine can reduce energy consumption, improve biodiversity and move toward effective waste management. These and other issues were highlighted during a press conference on Dec. 12 held by EU energy and environment projects at the office of the EU Delegation to Ukraine.
The prospect of joining a free trade area with the EU holds great promise for the Ukrainian agricultural sector. In order to maximize the benefits of these open doors, Ukraine’s long-term agriculture strategy should aim to ensure food security, sustainable production and rural employment. Read more
Ukrainian universities have a unique opportunity to participate in the sixth call for proposals of the Tempus IV programme, the EU’s major initiative for reforming higher education in partner countries. Read more
College of Europe, a unique European educational institution, opens doors to students around the world, including those in Ukraine. Read more
Jan Tombinski, head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine, made a speech on Dec. 10 at the Diplomatic Academy in Kyiv on the occasion of the presentation of the 2012Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union. Read more
On Nov. 19, the EU Delegation to Ukraine began working at its new location at 101 Volodymyrska Street after 14 years on Kruhlo-Universytetska Street and a four-year search for a new home. Read more