On Tuesday, March 5, U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) hosted a Roundtable, "Ukraine Briefing - Analysis & Commentary; Latest Updates from Washington, Brussels, Kyiv, Moscow and more," and discussion with Ambassador (Ret.) John Herbst. 

The meeting took place at the White House Conference Room Offices of Baker & McKenzie, a long-time member of USUBC. 

This discussion was off-the-record. 

Over 50 companies attended USUBC roundtable with Ambassador John Herbst, including: Aton Group;Cub Energy; Interlink Capital Strategies; Ukrainian Development Company; Westinghouse Electric Company; Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE); U.S. Department of State; Export-Import Bank of the United States; Global Communities Partners For Good; Center for U.S.-Ukraine Relations; Kennan Institute; Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA); First Wall Street Capital Corp; The World Bank; McLarty Associates; Baker & McKenzie LLP; DynCorp International; NCSEJ; Open World Leadership Center, Library of Congress; U.S.-Ukraine Foundation; Booz Allen Hamilton; Embassy of Ukraine in the USA; The Peoples Goup; Lotus, LLC; Heuristic Management, LLC; Wiley Rein; Culhane Meadows PLLC; Astana Law Partners LLP; TY Strategies LLC; Pierce Capital Partners; Eurasia Democracy Initiative and others.