On October 30, 2019, EasyBusiness and the Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition will hold the Forum: “LIFE AFTER: Key Aspects of the Land Market Launch in Ukraine,” where policymakers, key market players and civil society experts will discuss the situation around the opening of the land market and its prospects.
After the change of the political leadership of the country, the issue of lifting the moratorium on the sale of agricultural land is exceptionally relevant. The President of Ukraine, the Prime Minister of Ukraine, and representatives of key political parties that have gone to parliament have repeatedly emphasized the importance of the “land issue” and the need for its rapid resolution.
Representatives of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, the Verkhovna Rada, business, landowners, and civil society were invited to participate in the Forum.
Forum participants will be able to join a discussion on the features of launching the land market, and personally talk to the speakers during coffee breaks and watch the short documentary “Land,” made by EasyBusiness.
What Forum “LIFE AFTER: Key Aspects of the Land Market Launch in Ukraine”
Where? Participants will be informed about the venue of the event via email.
When? October 30, 2019
To participate in the event please register via the link: http://bit.ly/2MZotnD till October 28, 2:00 pm. Media accreditation is conducted via this same link.
All registered participants and accredited journalists will be informed about the venue of the event till October 29, 2:00
Language of the event: Ukrainian.
Media Partner of the Forum – LIGA.net.
Agenda of the Forum
The forum is conducted by EasyBusiness as part of the Project “Land Reform and Free Market Advocacy in Ukraine, through public opinion change and rising the political will” which is supported by the MATRA programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. Organizational support is provided by the RPR Coalition within the framework of the core support programme to Centre for democracy and rule of law, enabled by the financial support from Sweden.