Ep. № 52 - Ukraine in July 2021: Avakov’s resignation, Putin’s article, Nord Stream-2 and more

August 3, 2021

In our new episode of the Explaining Ukraine podcast, we look at developments in and around Ukraine in July 2021. Ukraine’s longest-serving Minister of the Interior, Arsen Avakov, resigned from office; Putin published an article about the supposed “historic unity of the Russian and Ukrainian peoples”; the US and Germany struck a deal on Nord Stream-2 as the construction of the pipeline is being finalized; Ukraine is stepping up cooperation with China, but the political price may be worrisome. Hear about more events and trends in our monthly review.

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