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We want to know how you see Ukraine three years after the revolution

January 22, a protester at the monument devoted the founders of Kyiv Photo:Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
January 22, a protester at the monument devoted the founders of Kyiv Photo:Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
We want to know how you see Ukraine three years after the revolution

Dear readers!

We want to know how you see the process of Ukraine’s development.

21 November 2016 marks the 3d anniversary of the Euromaidan revolution. These three years have been the time of change and challenges for Ukraine. Three years ago, Ukraine’s civil society was born. However, transformations within society and changes on the governmental level don’t always follow the same path. So far, our country is dealing with the long process of reforming the key areas of life. Moreover, after the Euromaidan revolution Ukraine faced another big challenge – the Russian aggression which also became an obstacle on the way of changing the country.

We appreciate the support of the international community to Ukraine and think it is crucial to have an outside perspective on the situation in the country to estimate the successes and losses of Ukraine’s post-revolution progress.

We would like to know which changes you see in Ukraine three years since the revolution. Also, we will be glad to find out whether your country had been facing similar challenges, and how you dealt with it.

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