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YES 2018: 3 Presidential Contenders Awkwardly Unveil Vision Of Ukraine’s future

Screenshot The Kyiv Post

As 2019 looms, Ukraine is gearing up for a presidential election that will, by all indications, be fiercely competitive and largely unpredictable. That unpredictability stems partly from candidates with complicated and often contradictory records in Ukrainian politics.

That couldn’t have been clearer on Sept. 15 at the Yalta European Strategy conference, or YES, in Kyiv.

Ukraine Working On New ‘Standby’ Aid Deal With IMF, Poroshenko Says EU Incomplete Without Ukraine

There, two presidential contenders, former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and former Defense Minister Anatoly Grytsenko, and one possible contender, rock star Sviatoslav Vakarchuk, took to the stage to present their vision of Ukraine’s future and answer questions from BBC…

To read more visit The Kyiv Post.

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