On April 23rd, a conference entitled „Two sides of the Ukrainian War: is attaining a victory possible, and why is it paramount for the European Union” was held at the Warsaw School of Economics. The event was organised by the Foreign Affairs Department of the Warsaw School of Economics, the International Relations Students Research Group of the WSE, and was held under the patronage of the Casimir Pułaski Foundation.

In the course of two panel discussions, speakers discussed the current situation in the Donbas region of Ukraine, including how it has changed during the past 4 years. Issues of anti-corruption measures undertaken by the Ukrainian authorities and bolstering and developing of the civil society, with a particular emphasis on the EU efforts in this regard, were also touched upon.

Participating in the debate were the ambassador of Ukraine to Poland Andrii Deshchytsia, dr Marian Staszewski, deputy chief of the OSCE mission to Ukraine, deputy head of the the Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding dr Łukasz Adamski, deputy director of the European Commission representation in Poland Kinga Schlesinger and Natalia Panchenko, Director of the Euromaidan-W Foundation.

The Casimir Pułaski foundation was represented by dr Katarzyna Pisarska and dr Paweł Kowal.