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Within the framework of the 4th annual Yalta European strategy (YES) meeting there was held a round table session "Political scene in Ukraine" dedicated to political situation in the country and its effect on the Euro-integration process.
Founder of Yalta European Strategy (YES) Victor Pinchuk do not think that Ukraine will loose its independence as a result of acceding to the EU.
Adviser to the President of Ukraine, World Heavyweight Champion, Vitali Klitschko said so at a plenary session of the 4th Yalta European Strategy annual meeting (YES) during a round-table session "UEFA EURO 2012: Will it Make a Difference for Ukraine?". "The Championship is going to be an event that unites the country", said he.
Time is the major adversary of Ukraine and Poland on their way to a successful implementation of Euro-2012 project. Adam Olkhovich, the Head of the Committee for organizing EURO 2012 attached to the Football Association of Poland, said "five years is not too much at all" during the 4th annual "Yalta European Strategy" meeting during a round-table session "EURO 2012 Championship: What will it give to Ukraine?".
In his closing word at the final plenary session of the 4th annual Yalta European Strategy (YES) meeting Victor Pinchuk, the organization's founder, made new YES initiatives public.
Chancellor of Germany (1998-2005) Gerhard Schroeder pointed out in his speech at a round-table session "Agenda-2020 and the future relations between Ukraine and EU" that the Euro-integration process on the whole is a sort of a response to globalization.
During a plenary session of the 4th Yalta European Strategy summit, the President of Poland in 1995-2005, YES Board member, Alexander Kwasniewski, said: "Ukraine has its own place in Europe, determined by its culture, history, traditions and democracy". I expect from EU a simple and very clear statement "Yes! We do need Ukraine!".
Vice-president of the European Parliament, Board Member of YES, Marek Siewec believes that the year 2020 is "a feasible time for Ukraine's accession to the EU no matter what".