On January 26, at 5:00 PM by Kyiv, the Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition and the German Marshall Fund of the United States will organize the Transatlantic Task Force on Ukraine (TTFU) special briefing on: «Strengthening the Security Resilience of Ukraine: Military, Energy, Cyber».
The recent cyber attack on Ukrainian institutions, Nord Stream 2, and confirmed reports of Russian saboteurs already in Ukraine point to continued subversive efforts to destabilize and harm Ukraine by the Kremlin. Russia actively uses every available weakness in the Ukrainian infrastructure and security system to achieve its geopolitical goals.
In response, Ukraine has introduced a National Resilience System that includes measures to enable the state and Ukrainian society to identify, prevent, and mitigate the impact of threats to national security, including critical infrastructure.
We will discuss whether the National Resilience System is working, the military dimension of national resilience, and how Ukrainian civil society can build out national resilience. Speakers will also discuss how the European Union, United States, NATO, and other partners support Ukraine’s National Resilience System.
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Contact person: John Alexander, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Transatlantic Task Force on Ukraine (TTFU)
The task force was established in October 2018 by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and Reanimation Package of Reforms (RPR) with support from several civil society organizations in Ukraine, including the Ukraine Crisis Media Center. The main focus of the task force is to provide a real-time platform for stronger U.S., European and Ukrainian engagement and information sharing among policymakers, opinion-makers and civil society organizations on political, economic and security issues affecting Ukraine, its democratic transition and engagement with Western partners.
Given the state of global, regional and domestic challenges, including COVID19, facing the U.S., Europe and Ukraine the mission of TTFU is more important than ever to strengthen the transatlantic partnership with Ukraine and the region that continues to confront threats and hostile activities by Russian President Putin.
This project is supported by the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, A Project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. All opinions expressed do not necessarily represent those of the Black Sea Trust or its partners.