Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
July 8
10:30 AMLVIVMykyta Poturaiev, Member of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Head of the Permanent Delegation of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly (online)Current topic:
– Results of the OSCE session: the Birmingham Declaration
– Resignation of Boris Johnson: what they say about it in the British Parliament
11:30 AMLVIV– Inna Melnychenko, Organizer of “War through the eyes of children” project
– Natalia Pavliuk, project Art Director
– Maria Sakvuk, leading specialist of “Children Social Services” office at the Humanitarian Policy Department of Lviv City Council
(all in person)
a briefing by organizers of “War through the eyes of children” charity event in support of the Ukrainian Armed Forces

Why this is interesting
On July 7, “War through the eyes of children” event was held in the premises of “Lviv Coffee Mining Manufacture”. The event featured Ukrainian children drawing pictures, which will later be exhibited at a charity auction in Sligo (Ireland). Funds from the sale of paintings will be used to purchase specific medicines, medical supplies and surgical equipment for the Ukrainian military.
1:00 PMLVIVIvan Fedorov, Melitopol Mayor (online)Current topics:
– Operational situation in Melitopol and Zaporizhia region
– Ukrainian resistance fighters: how their efficiency is growing
– Crimes committed by the russians
1:00 PMKYIVDmytro Zhyvytskyy, Head of Sumy Oblast Military Administration (online)Key topic: The military and humanitarian situation in the region
2:00 PMKYIVOleksandr Tkachenko, Minister of Culture and Information Policy (in person)Relevant topics: The first decisions of the Expert Council of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine on Overcoming the Consequences of Russification and Totalitarianism; the meeting of Ministers of Culture of Central and Eastern Europe in Lviv and the Declaration of Cooperation signed as a result, the amendment of some laws of Ukraine to prohibit the importation and distribution within Ukraine of publications originating from the aggressor state, the Republic of Belarus, and the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine — stance of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy.