Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
May 10
12:00 PMKYIV– Taras Shevchenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine for European Integration;

– Maksym Maiorov, Centre for Strategic Communication and Information Security;

– Oleksandr Krasovytskyy, Director General of Folio Publishers;

– Volodymyr Tylishchak, Deputy Head of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance.

All in person.
Presentation of the book “One Ukraine, one people. Conversations with Leonid Kravchuk”

Why this is interesting:

May 10, 2023 marks one year since the death
of the first president of Ukraine, Leonid Kravchuk. To commemorate this date, Folio Publishers will release a book about Leonid Kravchuk commissioned by the state enterprise “Center of Protection Ukrainian Informational Space.”

In particular, the book, contains notes on events that the first president of Ukraine participated in and witnessed. They are accompanied by comments recorded in Leonid Kravchuk’s lifetime during conversations with Oleksandr Krasovytskyy, Editor-In-Chief at Folio Publishers.
1:30 PMKYIV– Denys Bashlyk, Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine;

– Volodymyr Vovkotrub, Director of the Department for the Use of Water Resources, Aquaculture and Scientific Support;

– Sergii But, CEO at Prozorro.Sale;

– Oleksandr Polishchuk, Deputy Head of the Department of Land Market and Evaluation at the State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre.

All in person.
How does land reform and the land market work during the war?

Topics of focus:

– How did russia’s full-scale invasion affect the course of land e-auctions in Prozorro.Sale system?
– What does the land rental and sale market look like today?
– The role of Prozorro.Sale in land market reform?
– The first billion of profits from land auctions – what’s next and what are the ministry’s further plans for the development of the land market?
– Fisheries reform: how have approaches to the distribution of aquatic biological resources changed?
– What can business expect in the future in terms of the development of the land market and the fishing industry?

Why this is interesting:
Land reform in Ukraine was introduced in 2021. It also enabled citizens and businesses to buy and lease land plots via transparent online auctions. This ensures transparency and openness of both the agreements and land plot management.

Within about a year and a half of the implementation of the land reform, a year of which passed in the shadow of the full-scale invasion, land auctions allowed Ukraine to earn more than 1 billion of profits for the budgets of various levels. This opens up new opportunities for the development of the agricultural industry and infrastructure in Ukraine. It is important to note that this result was achieved with the use of Prozorro.Sale e-auctions.