Two years have passed since the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine. Thousands have been killed, families shattered, soldiers returning home suffering from the effects of battle, including PTSD and broken bodies.
Foreign governments who guaranteed the territorial integrity of the borders of Ukraine have ignored the Budapest Memorandum. The Volunteer Movement in Ukraine helped supply the battalions who stood up first to defend Ukraine against the Russian-backed terrorists in Eastern Ukraine.
But that is history…..where does Ukraine go from here? Judicial reforms, the economy of Ukraine, sanctions against Russia, the battle with the oligarchs. Are any of these issues more important than the military? What are the priorities, and who are the stakeholders in this struggle in Ukraine in 2016?
Some of these questions will be answered at our INFO-Summit dedicated to an open dialogue with experts in the field of politics, medicine and the military of Ukraine. Join us for an informative afternoon, with a dinner to follow at 6PM
- Saturday, 19 March 2016 from 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM (EDT)
- 145 Evans Ave – 145 Evans Avenue Toronto, ON M8Z 5X8 CA – View Map
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Organizer of Open Dialogue: Aid and Defence for Ukraine. An Info-Summit
Ukraine-Canada Coalition is a dedicated group of volunteers, which has a network of support in several cities in Ukraine. The Coalition’s efforts are concentrated on providing non-lethalaid to the defenders of Ukraine both on the Front lines, and those who are located in hospitals undergoing treatment or rehabilitation as a result of military engagement. Through donations and sponsorships, the work of the Coalition has been successful in providing efficient aid to those in need with minimal administrative costs.