U.S. investor George Soros, Unilever's CEO Paul Polman, and leaders of Azerbaijani oil company SOCAR have given their prior consent to participate in the National Investment Council of Ukraine.
Europe now faces at least five crises at the same time: four internal ones—the euro, Greece, migration, and the British referendum on whether to remain in the EU—and an external one, Russian aggression against Ukraine.
George Soros believes that if Ukraine prospers while Russia declines, no amount of propaganda will be able to conceal that Putin’s policies are to blame.
Founder and head of the Open Society Foundations, billionaire financier George Soros says he is ready to invest $1 billion into Ukraine's economy.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande could "learn from Putin" and help Ukraine on the basis of deniability to provide covert support to the Ukrainian government.
The West’s ability to support Ukraine financially against Russia is a key test of the strength of “disintegrating Europe” against a “resurgent Russia." The loss of Ukraine would be an enormous loss for Europe.
The European Union has taken into consideration the suggestions of American financier George Soros concerning the large-scale macro-financial assistance to Ukraine, which he described in his article "A new policy to rescue Ukraine" published by The New York Review of Books.
The New York Review of Books published Jan. 7 a detailed article by financial expert and philanthropist George Soros on the renewed position the West should take on Ukraine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin demanded the then President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych to use force against Maidan earlier this year.