: Ukraine's former Finance Minister has a new job

18:46 May. 28, 2016

Ukraine's former Finance Minister has a new job

Ukraine’s former Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko delivers speech at a ceremony to launch The Aspen Institute Kyiv (Photo Source: aspeninstitute.kiev.ua)

Natalie Jaresko heads supervisory board of the Aspen Institute Kyiv

Ukraine's Ex-Minister of Finance Natalie Jaresko has become head of the supervisory board of the Aspen Institute Kyiv, while Serhiy Koshman has been appointed executive director.

The Aspen Institute public non-governmental organization has officially started its work in the Ukrainian capital on May 27.

"We officially launch The Aspen Institute Kyiv as Ukraine moves forward the European path, striving to take the right place in European politics, trade, culture" - Jaresko said in her welcome speech.

She added that Ukraine has chosen values shared by democratic countries all over the world.

"Today, The Aspen Institute can play greater role defining values and crucial commitments in the development of society, working to establish social contract in Ukraine"Jaresko continued

The decision on the edition of The Aspen Institute Kyiv, as a full active member of the network, was adopted in November 2015. Today its network includes ten international partners in Europe, Latin America, and Asia – India, Spain, Italy, Germany, Mexico, Romania, France, Check Republic and Japan.

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