06 April 2018, 08:23
More than 400 international and Ukrainian leaders, representatives of political, business and civil society communities from over 20 countries will discuss global security trends and challenges in contemporary international relations, as well as Ukraine's importance for regional and European security and democracy.
The event is being held with the support of NATO Information and Documentation Center in Ukraine, GMF, The Victor Pinchuk Foundation, The Royal Institute of International Relations, Chatham House (UK), and The Regional Representative Office of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine.
The annual "Kyiv Security Forum" international event, launched by Arseniy Yatsenyuk's "Open Ukraine" Foundation in 2007, is the platform for debates on the most urgent security issues in Europe and the Black Sea region. The Forum goal is to increase security cooperation between the European Union and the Black Sea region, raise awareness of security development among key players, and strengthen the role of independent and non-governmental actors in solving security problems in Europe.
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