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European Studies Review 02 2022

21/06/2022

Năm 2022 ;

Số 2 ;

TABLE OF CONTENT

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1. PREFACE

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2. SHOVKOPLIAS OLEKSII

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Bilateral relations between Ukraine and Vietnam: Situation and prospects

Abstract: The article summarizes bilateral cooperation activities between Ukraine and Vietnam in the period 2010-2019 in all fields and proposes some suggestions for developing the relationship between the two countries. The data in the article, as well as the author’s point of view, assessment, and proposed solutions for future development are the author’s own.

 

3. NGUYEN ANH TUAN

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Thirty years of Ukraine’s and Vietnam’s relations with Europe-Atlantic: Opportunities to promote Vietnam-Ukraine relations

Abstract: On 24 August 1991, the Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic adopted the Declaration of Independence of Ukraine, reestablishing Ukraine's state independence. Shortly thereafter, on 23 January 1992, Viet Nam and Ukraine established formal diplomatic relations. Over thirty years of progress, as unpredictable and complex developments arise in the world, Ukraine has been making an effort to chart and navigate an effective diplomatic course for national development and to raise its global profile. This process saw relations between Ukraine and the Europe-Atlantic steadily improving and broadening. This has lent momentum to the relations between Viet Nam and the Ukraine, as Viet Nam is also tirelessly improving and advancing its relations with the Europe-Atlantic.

Keywords: Europe-Atlantic, Ukraine, Vietnam, Vietnam - Ukraine relations

 

4. VU THUY TRANG

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Characteristics of Vietnam - Ukraine relations after 30 years of consolidation and development

Abstract: Vietnam is a friend, a trusted partner of countries in the world. Both past and present, Vietnam always focuses on extending good traditional friendly relations with countries, including Ukraine. Vietnam is always grateful for the support and help of the Ukrainian people for Vietnam in struggling to independently, helping Vietnam train many officials who are having great contributions to the construction and Developing the country in the current period. Over 30 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations on January 23, 1992, the long-standing traditional friendship between Vietnam and Ukraine is increasingly strengthened and developed. The article focuses on analyzing characteristics of Vietnam - Ukraine relations over 30 years of cooperation in political-diplomatic, economic, cultural, scientific and educational sectors etc, proposing solutions to further develop bilateral relations in the future.

 

5. OLESKIV MARIANA

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Recovery of tourism cooperation between Vietnam and Ukraine in the post-COVID-19 period

Abstract: Entering 2022, while the COVID-19 epidemic situation is basically under control, many countries in the world are developing and implementing plans to accelerate the speed of tourism recovery, ensure safety, adapt to the “new normal”. At the 2019 Vietnam-Ukraine Business and Tourism Forum organized by the Embassy of Vietnam in Ukraine, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Ukraine, apart from government officials of the two sides, the representative of Vinpearl in Ukraine, the Vietnamese travel company - Lenka Tour and nearly 40 Ukrainian and Vietnamese companies had been participated. This confirms that, besides other fields, the potential for tourism cooperation between Vietnam and Ukraine is huge. The article briefly assesses the reality of tourism cooperation between Vietnam and Ukraine from the perspective of the Ukrainian tourism agency.

 

6. MUSIYCHUK VICTORIA

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Ukraine - Vietnam education relationship: Situation of teaching Vietnamese in Ukraine

Abstract: The work of teaching and learning Vietnamese abroad has always been interested, supported and facilitated by the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, domestic agencies and representative missions. However, maintaining this activity is very difficult due to many reasons. The article mentions the reality of teaching Ukrainians and teaching Vietnamese in Ukraine with analysis from the author’s personal point of view.

 

7. NGUYEN DUC PHUC

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From CPV’s guiding thoughts on mobilizing economic strength of overseas Vietnamese for fatherland, proposing feasible solutions for Vietnamese community in Ukraine

Abstract: Mobilizing the overseas Vietnamese economic resources is a significant task that has been paid attention by the Party and State throughout the nation’s history. After the political crisis on Crimea Peninsular, the confrontation between Russia and Ukraine in Donbass in 2014, especially the COVID-19 outbreak across the world, overseas Vietnamese in Ukraine tended to return to the homeland, seeking a career path and working in various types of businesses; sharing knowledge and innovations, in which young overseas Vietnamese are on the rise. At this time, Vietnam is moving to a new phase of development and setting demand for new growth driving forces. Against this backdrop, mobilizing every national resource including the work of overseas Vietnamese has become a crucial task in achieving the goal of rapid and sustainable development and striving to become a socialist-oriented developed nation. Stemming from the guiding thoughts of the Party and government in the work of mobilizing overseas Vietnamese resources to serve socio-economic development, it is essential to conduct research and recommend feasible policies for the community in Ukraine at the current time.

 

8. NGUYEN THANH LAN & NGUYEN THANH HUONG

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Ukraine’s economy 2021 and prospects for 2022

Abstract: 2021 is a turbulent year not only for Ukraine but also for the whole world. Despite being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic; Ukraine’s economy has gradually recovered. Entering 2022, Ukraine’s economy faces many challenges such as pandemics, rising inflation, especially the conflict with Russia... Through the document review method, the article reviews some key features of Ukraine’s economy in 2021 and its development prospects in 2022.

 

9. NGUYEN THI LAN

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Ukraine’s international trade in recent years

Abstract: Over the past 5 years, the conflict has caused economic relations between Ukraine and Russia to deteriorate while relations with the EU have deepened. This shift is evident in trade flows: European Union has become Ukraine’s largest trading partner, while China has surpassed Russia to become second. Ukraine’s economy, which has just recovered from the pandemic, has been greatly impacted by the conflict with Russia. Ukraine’s international trade in general, economic relations between this country and a number of major partners in particular will be affected, to what extent are still unanswered questions.

 

INFORMATION

 

10. Workshop: “30 years of friendship and cooperation between Vietnam and Ukraine”

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