Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
December 6
12:00 PMKYIV– Vasyl Furman, Deputy Chairman of NBU Board (online)

Financial stability of citizens and the country: current situation and next year’s forecasts 

Topics of focus:
– UAH/USD – forex rate forecasts;
– Removal of currency restrictions – what does it mean?
– Forecasts of economic growth and inflation for the next year;
– Ukrainians’ solvency and banks’ creditworthiness;
– Citizens’ savings – what is the best way to save money?
1:00 PMKYIV– Dmytro Solomchuk, Member of Verkhovna Rada and Member of Verkhovna Rada’s Agrarian and Land Policy Committee (online)
Results of the agricultural season and plans for the next year

Topics of focus:
– Agricultural results of the year – how much and what crops were harvested?
– Plans for next year’s harvest;
– Internal consumption – winter with bread, buckwheat and kutia?
– Farmers’ moods about the next year;
– State support for farmers and agrarians;
– Results of the 5-7-9 loan program
2:00 PM– Oleksandr Tolokonnikov, Spokesman for the Kherson Oblast Military Administration, (online)The current situation in Kherson and the region

Topics of focus:
– Shelling in the city and the region: the current situation and consequences;
– What is the state of the heating season in the region?
– The state of critical infrastructure and humanitarian situation
11:00 AMODESAMykhailo Zhyrokhov, military expert (online)


Peculiarities of the winter campaign of the Ukrainian Defense Forces
12:00 РM
ODESASerhiy Hutsaliuk, serviceman, representative of Veterans HUB ODESA
Oleksandr Prymak, representative of the NGO “Association of ATO Veterans South”
Topic of focus: 

 – On the occasion of the Day of the Armed Forces of Ukraine: veteran movement and activity in Odesa region
13:00 РMODESASergiy Yakubovsky, economist
Oleh Mykhailyk, chairman of the board of the NGO “Side by Side”
Hanna Yatvetska, sociologist (online)
Kostyantyn Zhuravel, Chairman of the Board of the Association of Employers’ Organizations of Odesa Region

– How Ukraine has prepared for the “long” war