On 3 November 2022, the first of eight special 2-month onsite training programmes was officially launched at the College of Europe in Natolin, Poland, under the EU-funded Natolin4Capacity Building project.  Presently, the seventh group of Ukrainian civil servants is currently undergoing training.  

The programme is addressed to Ukrainian civil servants from central public administration bodies working on the issues of European integration.


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Notably, 36 out of 50 Ukrainian government officials have already completed a distinctive educational program in Poland.  These participants represent the following institutions:   

  • Ministry of Economy of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Energy of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine   
  • State Audit Service of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of  Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine   
  • Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Finance of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Health of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Justice of Ukraine   
  • National Bank of Ukraine   
  • Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine   
  • Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine   
  • State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre   
  • Government Office for Coordination on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Secretariat of Cabinet of Minister of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine   
  • Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine   
  • National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission of Ukraine   
  • State Labour Service of Ukraine   
  • State Migration Service of Ukraine   

Ukrainian civil servants from central executive bodies dealing with one or several areas of European integration, who are interested to follow the 2-months training program in the College of Europe in Natolin, are advised to contact the head of civil service in their respective institutions to join further selection process led by the Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine.