Iryna Mihus took part in Kyiv Global Summit «Women. Peace. Security»

10 October 2019

On October 3, 2019 Iryna Mihus, Professor, Vice-Rector for Scientific Work, PH.D in Economics, participated in Kyiv Global Summit «Women. Peace. Security».

Kyiv Global Summit is an effective platform for interaction between Ukrainian and foreign politicians, business representatives and public leaders - an example of PPP (public private partnership).

The Summit gathered over 900 representatives, including members of the European Parliament and National Parliaments of Europe, representatives of embassies, missions and international organizations accredited in Ukraine, people's deputies of Ukraine, heads of central and local executive bodies of Ukraine, experts, leaders of public organizations, representatives of business.

In plenary discussions women-leaders from all over Ukraine spoke about the most important challenges - peace, the fight against poverty, the protection of the women’s and children’s rights, overcoming an acute humanitarian crisis.

As a result of plenary discussions, in order to establish peace in Ukraine as soon as possible, participants of Kyiv Global Summit «Women. Peace. Security» supported the format of diplomatic settlement of the conflict in the East, expressed full support for the agreement of the political «Shtanmaier’s formula», continued negotiations in the Normandy format and discussed the readiness to implement the Minsk Agreements.

Women are the soft power that with the example of tolerance, mutual respect, partnership, putting aside all ambitions and emotions, will help to make the process of peaceful resolution of the conflict as successful as possible! The results of the work were put down in Kyiv Global Summit Declaration: «Women. Peace. Security» and were fully supported by the participants.

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