Valeriy Chaly PDF Print E-mail

 Valeriy Chaly — Deputy Director General, Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Pollitical Studies (UCEPS)
Born in 1970 in Vinnytsia.
    * Vinnytsia State Institute of Pedagogy, Faculty of History (1992);
    * State Courses of Foreign Languages, Department of English Language (1992);
    * National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Institute of International Relations, Faculty of International Law, postgraduate course (1995).
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1995 — Senior Consultant, Assistant and Referent Group to the President of Ukraine; 1995–1997 — Director, Razumkov Centre International Law Programmes;1997–1999 — Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Ukraine's National Security and Defence Council (NSDC); Since December 1999 — Director, Razumkov Centre International Programmes; Since May 2000 — Freelance Consultant to the Foreign Relations Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine; Since November 2006 — Deputy Director General.

About the UCEPS:
Ukrainian Centre for Economic and Pollitical Studies named after Olexander Razumkov http://www.uceps.org/eng/
Spheres of Activity
Razumkov Centre is a non-profit public organisation that carries out-its studies in the following areas: domestic policy; social and economic development of Ukraine; energy policy; international economy; foreign policy; national security and defence; military reform; international and regional security; peacekeeping.
Razumkov Centre activity is based upon the following principles:
realism and pragmatism; high quality analysis and comprehensive forecast; active political influence; and responsiveness to the clientele.
Razumkov Centre formulates policy choices based on the promotion and protection of Ukraine's national interests. Our experts share the following values: democracy and rule of law; protection of human rights and freedoms; responsiveness of the state to the public; proactive state policy; free mass media; active involvement of political parties and non-governmental organisations in policy debates; democratic civilian control over the military; free market economy; protection of environment; friendly relations among the states; threat reduction, confidence building, and conflict prevention; compliance with domestic and international law; and predictability and reliability of Ukraine in its relations with the partners.

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