Tuesday, 28 January


Ukraine is not Syria, yet it has similar problems – UNDP expert

UNDP experts have issued a new human development report “Beyond income, beyond averages, beyond today”. According to its analysis, people are increasingly able to provide for their basic needs. At the same time, new forms of inequality emerge in the areas of education and access to technology. UNDP senior economist Ben Slay explained the reasons and solutions for the human development inequalities.


Ukraine fights gender inequality, but women still suffer from an opportunity gap - UN Assistant Secretary-General

On her first visit to Ukraine, Mirjana Spoljaric Egger, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Director of UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Europe and the CIS, discussed with government officials the country’s pro-reform environment and its implications for anti-corruption, human rights, climate action and recovery in the east.

Church issues: what Zelensky will talk with Bartholomew about

Despite the distancing from the Ukrainian religious issue as a whole, President Zelensky decided to meet Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew.

We need to talk: will Zelensky be able to expand the Normandy format

The expansion of the Normandy format at the expense of the US and the UK depends on the position of Russia, which can delay this process as much as possible.

Interposition of forces near Luhansk: how it threatens Ukraine

In a combat zone in Donbass near Stanytsia Luhanska the interposition of forces of AFU and fighters took place. Since 2016, this has happened only twice, which means that not everything is so smooth in these agreements.

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