Representatives of the Reanimation Package of Reforms (RPR) group recently (November 14th) visited the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation to discuss pressing challenges that Ukraine is facing in efforts to battle corruption and further reform its judicial system, energy sector and other critical areas.  RPR encourages relevant international stakeholders to continue to press the Ukrainian government regarding implementation of needed reforms.  The Reanimation Package of Reforms is a coalition of 80 non-governmental organizations and includes approximately 300 experts.

Members of the visiting delegation were Mariya Heletiy (Deputy Chief of Party, USAID’s Ukrainian Civil Society Enabling Environment Activity project), Svyatoslav Pavlyuk (Head of the Association of Energy Efficient Cities of Ukraine), Olena Prokopenko (Head of International Relations of RPR), Andrij Zinchenko (co-founder of the Greencubator NGO), and Mykhailo Zhernakov (co-founder of the DeJuRe Foundation).

Svyatoslav Pavlyuk (L) and Andrij Zinchenko, both of whom work in the field of energy efficiency within the Reanimation Package of Reforms coalition, discuss the Ukrainian energy market, during a visit to the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation. (Photo by Adrian Karmazyn).

The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation looks forward to further engaging with the Reanimation Package of Reforms coalition.

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