Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
June 1
10:00 AMLVIVTetiana Turchyna, volunteer, Ruslana Hahan, Olha Lementarchuk, Anhelina Andrusyshyn, students of the Lviv National Academy of Arts (all in person) In Lviv, fragments of missiles, which were shot down over the city by the Air Defense Forces and then painted by artists, will be drawn in a lottery. All the money raised will be used to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
During the briefing at Media Center Ukraine, the organizers of the event will demonstrate lots and tell how the idea for the draw came to be.

“A tour in Lviv that will never happen” performance
Empty school buses will be displayed on Rynok Square as a symbol of 243 Ukrainian children killed by the occupiers who could have come on a tour to Lviv.
Rynok Square, northern side
The performance will last until 4 PM
11:00 AMLVIVNatalia Bunda, Director of the Development Department of Lviv City Council, Head of the Office for Cultural Affairs

Nina Kramareva, Second Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Secretariat of the Ukrainian National Commission for UNESCO

Yuriy Rybalka, Director and Co-Producer of “Prime Orchestra” modern crossover orchestra from Kharkiv

Oleksiy Khorolskiy, Music Producer and Guitar Player at Prime Orchestra

Denys Doroshenko, Conductor of Prime Orchestra (in person)
Why this is important 
In 2021, Kharkiv became a member of UNESCO Creative City for Music. That’s why the musicians of Kharkiv Prime Orchestra went on a tour of European cities, which are also part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, to talk about the state of the creative industries in Kharkiv during the war, as well as to attract help from European countries.
Before each performance, the musicians showed a video about Kharkiv, in particular, about the terrible consequences of the invasion by the russian occupiers.
12:30 PMLVIVMatti MAASIKAS, EU Ambassador to Ukraine (online)A briefing on the topic: the EU has adopted the sixth package of sanctions against russia 
Current issues:
– The new package of EU sanctions against russia: what it covers
– When russia will feel economic pressure from the imposed sanctions
–  russian oil embargo: implications for Ukraine, Europe and the world
11:00 AMKYIVDaria Herasymchuk, Commissioner of the President of Ukraine for Children’s Rights and Rehabilitation;

Maryna Lazebna, Social Policy Minister of Ukraine, Co-Chair of the Coordination Headquarters for the Protection of the Children’s Rights under Martial Law;

Kostiantyn Koshelenko, Deputy Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine for Digital Development, Digital Transformation and Digitization;

Denis Ivanov, Head of Expert Group on the Introduction and Assessment of Electronic Services at the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine (in person)
Current topics: Protecting the rights of children in wartime, changes in the procedure of adoption during martial law and how advanced digital technologies stand for the protection of children who have lost their parents.
2:00 PMKYIVKateryna Pavlichenko, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine (in person)Current topics: Protection of children’s rights during the war; combating violence against children; relocation of children deprived of parental care to foreign countries.
2:30 PMKYIVOleksandr Motuzianyk, the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (in person)Current topic: The current situation on the frontline of the russo-Ukrainian war.
3:30 PMKYIVVolodymyr Zhemchuhov, Hero of Ukraine, “Luhansk Resistance Fighter;”

Valeria Podkich, representative of military TV, Project Director;

Andriy Yusov, representative of the press service of the Defense Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.
Current topic: Presentation of video project #RukhOporu (Resistance Movement) — video tutorials, which tell how to resist the enemy in the occupied territories.