There are few countries in the world whose economies have become so closely linked to geopolitical realities as it has been for Ukraine since 2014. It was in 2014 when Russia occupied Crimea and started a “hot war” in the Donbas. This shook the whole peaceful order in Europe. At the same time, it came as an “awakening” for Ukrainian society. The idea of a European future has ceased to be a divisive issue between the East and the West of our country. In each region, support for accession to the European Union now has an overwhelming majority.
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