Second Ukrainian Energy Security Dialogue - Foundation Office Ukraine
The First Ukrainian Energy Security Dialogue was held on December 1, 2021 at the initiative of Dixi Group on the day of the 30th anniversary of the independence referendum in 1991, during which 90.32% of citizens voted for the independence of Ukraine. The founders of the conference consider this decision to be fateful and strive for freedom and security to always be the central leitmotif of all discussions and decisions regarding the energy sector of Ukraine.
You can find the report about of the First Ukrainian Energy Security Dialogue from 2021 on the Dixi Group website.
The main idea of the conference in 2022 was to study the lessons of the war between Ukraine and Russia for the energy sectors of countries on different continents – Europe, Africa, America, and Asia. The participants discussed the priority steps to overcome the energy crisis in Ukraine, changes, and challenges in the EU’s foreign energy policy, ensuring the stability of energy markets, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, and further intensive cooperation between Ukraine, the EU, and the USA. The conference became a platform for disseminating best practices and solutions for overcoming the energy crisis that arose due to Russia's use of energy as a weapon and a war of aggression against Ukraine.
The second part of the conference was devoted to the future of Ukraine in the EU. Further integration of markets, investments attraction in the energy sector, tools for ensuring the stability of energy markets and systems, post-war recovery based on the principles of decentralization and sustainable development and many other issues have been discussed.
The recording of the conference in English is available at DiXi Group Facebook page.
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