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 YES participants: In three years Ukraine to face frozen conflict, economic growth and stabilization

Most Ukrainian and foreign participants of the 12th Yalta Economic Strategy (YES) Annual Meeting suggest that in three years Ukraine will face a "pent" frozen conflict, but at the same time - economic growth and stabilization.

As reported by Censor.NET referring to Interfax-Ukraine, this is announced by the YES press service following the results of final voting at the YES forum in Kyiv on Saturday.

In particular, 53 percent of Ukrainians and 58 percent of foreign visitors express the idea.

Another 29 percent of Ukrainian participants chose "economic growth, stabilization, the situation in Crimea and eastern Ukraine approaching resolution," with 22 percent of foreigners supporting the same opinion.

14 percent of Ukrainian auditory and 17 percent of foreign participants chose "survival at the expense of international assistance, precarious cease-fire."

Three percent of Ukrainian visitors and foreigners predict an even more gloomy scenario "recession, destabilization, loss of new territories."

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