Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko is leading the nation through remarkable political and economic change, with a focus on attracting investment to unlock the full potential of continental Europe’s largest country
Since the election of Petro Poroshenko in 2014, Ukraine has undertaken more reforms than it had since it gained independence from the USSR in 1991. From health care, education and financial reform to a rebooted judicial system and new geopolitical alliances, his administration has been decisively shaping the new Ukraine as a fair and free society that welcomes investors from around the world.
Motivated by his passion for those who slid through the cracks of the country’s old system, Ukraine’s youngest-ever prime minister does not want to be just any politician – he wants to be the leader who made his country stronger. And despite Ukraine’s recent challenges, he is confident that his country has vast economic potential and is acting as a basis for a more democratic Europe.