30 May 2017

The YES Board Discussed With Ukraine’s Leaders 
How to Support Changes and Put Ukraine on International Map

On May 29-30, the YES Board (Yalta European Strategy) has gathered in Kyiv for the first time in a new membership....
20 February 2017
“Ukraine's Security in a Shifting World Order” was discussed at the first Munich Ukrainian Lunch

“Ukraine's Security in a Shifting World Order” was discussed at the first Munich Ukrainian Lunch

On February 18, 2017 Yalta European Strategy (YES) hosted the 1st Munich Ukrainian Lunch on “Ukraine's Security in a Shifting World Order” organized within the framework of the Munich Security Conference. Leaders from politics and business; experts and media from Ukraine and the world attended the event.

17 February 2017
David H. Petraeus and Anders Fogh Rasmussen will discuss Ukraine's Security during the 1st Munich Ukrainian Lunch

David H. Petraeus and Anders Fogh Rasmussen will discuss Ukraine's Security during the 1st Munich Ukrainian Lunch

On February 18, 2017, Yalta European Strategy (YES) will host the 1st Munich Ukrainian Lunch on “Ukraine's Security in a Shifting World Order” organized within the framework of the Munich Security Conference.

13 December 2016
Carl Bildt has joined the Board of Yalta European Strategy

Carl Bildt has joined the Board of Yalta European Strategy

The Yalta European Strategy (YES) is pleased to announce the appointment of Carl Bildt, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden (2006-2014), Prime Minister of Sweden (1991-1994) and member of the International Advisory Council under the President of Ukraine, as a new member of the YES Board.

18 September 2016
The world is losing interest in the Ukrainian crisis, it is necessary to maintain EU unity and support, Aleksander Kwasniewski

The world is losing interest in the Ukrainian crisis, it is necessary to maintain EU unity and support, Aleksander Kwasniewski

The world is losing interest in the Ukrainian crisis, so it is important to fight for the unity and support of the EU, the former president of the Republic of Poland (1995-2005) and chairman of the supervisory board of Yalta European Strategy (YES), Aleksander Kwasniewski, said in his closing remarks at the 13th YES Annual Meeting.

18 September 2016
Middle East and North Korea remain as “crisis points” beyond Ukrainian context - said the President of the US Foreign Relations Council

Middle East and North Korea remain as “crisis points” beyond Ukrainian context - said the President of the US Foreign Relations Council

Middle East and North Korea are among the most dangerous “crisis points” beyond the Ukrainian context, said the President of the US Council of Foreign Relations, Richard Haass, at the 13th Yalta European Strategy Annual Meeting (YES).

17 September 2016
USA has lost motive for active policy in Middle East - Mikhail Fridman

USA has lost motive for active policy in Middle East - Mikhail Fridman

With the changed situation on the energy market, the USA has lost motive for pursuing active policy in the Middle East, LetterOne Group board chairman Mikhail Fridman has said at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Yalta European Strategy (YES).

17 September 2016
Innovation economics may only be built in free, rule-of-the-law society – Fridman

Innovation economics may only be built in free, rule-of-the-law society – Fridman

Innovative economies are only built in a free, law-abiding societies, Letter One Group Board Chairman, Mikhail Fridman, has said. Fridman was speaking at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Yalta European Strategy.

17 September 2016
French MP says extension of sanctions will not expedite Russia’s implementation of Minsk deal

French MP says extension of sanctions will not expedite Russia’s implementation of Minsk deal

Another extension of Europe’s sanctions will not expedite Russia’s implementation of the Minsk agreements, French National Assembly Foreign Committee Member Pierre Lellouche has said at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Yalta European Strategy.

17 September 2016
Russia will not stop its aggression unless it has to pay a higher price - Pavlo Klimkin

Russia will not stop its aggression unless it has to pay a higher price - Pavlo Klimkin

Russia will not stop trying to destroy democratic Ukraine and therefore the civilised world must do everything in its power to increase the price it will have to pay for its continued aggression, Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Pavlo Klimkin, said at the 13th Yalta European Strategy (YES) Annual Meeting.

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Kofi Annan, 7th Yalta Annual Meeting, 2010
«Everyone to Take Part in Struggle against Climate Change»