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Policy Dialogue
De-mining and rebuilding: EU-Japan cooperation in Ukraine

Monday, 18 December 2023


Chiyuki Aoi
Professor of International Security, Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo
Michael Newton
Head of Region for Ukraine, HALO Trust
Tymofiy Mylovanov
President of the Kyiv School of Economics


Amanda Paul
Senior Policy Analyst, Europe in the World Programme, European Policy Centre

Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has inflicted more than $400 billion in direct damage from the destruction of critical infrastructure. The war has also severely affected the country’s economic output and scarred Ukrainian soil with mines and other lethal ordnance which threaten to protract the human toll even beyond the end of the conflict.

In response to these challenges, like-minded partners such as Japan have expanded their investment and trade commitments with Ukraine, deployed on-the-ground aid, and reaffirmed their shared values and strategic priorities with the EU.

This online Policy Dialogue will identify actionable policies for Ukraine’s economic and material recovery and explore the potential for cooperation on security and reconstruction between Ukraine, Japan, and the EU.

Participation is open to EPC members only, the media, and EU officials

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