The inauguration of “Ukraine-NATO” information desk was carried out on February 28 in ZNU Library by ZNU Rector Sergiy Tymchenko, First Vice-Rector Fedir Turchenko, Director of ZNU Library Valentyna Gerasymova and guests of our university – Michel Duray, Director of NATO Information and Documentation Center in Ukraine, George Kent, political counselor of US Embassy in Ukraine, and Sergiy Dzherdzh, representative of All-Ukrainian Fund “Demokratychna Diya”.
While presenting his speech, Sergiy Tymchenko many times emphasized the idea, that our university is a valid member in the process of
There also was “State And Prospects Of Ukraine-NATO Collaboration” round-table discussion held. Lecturers and students of ZNU faculties of History and Journalism were disputing for about two hours. Michel Duray, Belgian by origin, told in pure Ukrainian language, that his main aim is to be the source of objective information. The fact is that Ukrainian people are still under the influence of myths about NATO, that originated in Soviet times. They got used to perceive it as an aggressive military bloc, traditionally hostile to the peoples of former
There are 26 members of NATO today, 40 per cent or which are the countries from former Socialistic bloc. The possibility of
Many questions were asked during the round-table discussion, including those about future relations between