EUSEW kicked-off in Vinnytsia with announcement of €15 million for energy-saving projects

For the fifth year in a row, Ukrainian cities joined in the celebration of European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) to raise public awareness on energy efficiency and renewable energy. This year’s EUSEW was officially launched with outdoor events held in Vinnytsia. Read more

EU expert: Ukraine’s progress on anti-corruption delayed

The fight against corruption is one of the most important reforms required of Ukraine to move closer to EU membership. It is one of the key elements of the State-Building Contract (a package of reforms backed by €355 million in EU support). Other even more significant incentives, such as several-billion euros of macro-financial assistance and the creation of a visa-free regime, also depend on anti-corruption achievements in Ukraine and particularly on the efficiency and independence of the newly-created National Anti-Corruption Bureau and a soon-to-be established National Corruption Prevention Agency. Read more