PODCASTHow Is Zelensky Different From Poroshenko, And What Is The Role Of The Volunteer And Veteran Community In Ukraine?

August 11, 2020Host Volodymyr Yermolenko (chief editor at UkraineWorld.org) welcomes Hennadiy Druzenko, a well-known Ukrainian intellectual and volunteer, and the co-founder of a volunteer mobile hospital helping soldiers on the frontline and people who suffered from COVID-19 pandemics. They talk about Zelensky’s presidency and how it compares to Poroshenko’s; about the Ukrainian volunteer movement and its future; about the veteran community, and about why Ukraine still lacks a visionary leader.

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· Ep. 32 – How Is Zelensky Is Different From Poroshenko?

2 comments

  1. Two bright Ukrainians discussing their own problems in English, in a way that we never could be able to.
    Stick with it if you can : there is some interesting stuff about frozen conflicts and the Cyprus model.

  2. “They talk about Zelensky’s presidency and how it compares to Poroshenko’s; about the Ukrainian volunteer movement and its future; about the veteran community, and about why Ukraine still lacks a visionary leader.”
    The Ukrainians I call friends dislike the television clown. Although most complained about Poroshenko, they now realize that he was the lesser evil. As far as Ukraine lacking a visionary leader, it is not only a Ukrainian phenomenon. Every country in the world is lacking one, especially in those countries where one could make a big difference.

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