Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
August 10
11:00 AMODESARoman Hryhoryshyn, deputy head of Odesa regional military administration (in person);

Co-speakers: representatives of the Odesa regional development agency
Topics of focus:

– Results of the Odesa region recovery forum “Transport. Logistics. Infrastructure”;
12:00 PMODESADaryna Palamarchuk, leading specialis tof the early intervention center of the “Municipal clinic# 6” (in person);

Nadia Trapizanova, national trainer on early intervention, specialist of the “Regional center for methodological work and social benefits” (in person);

Maria Hrytsak, recipient of early intervention services (in person);
Topics of focus:

– What is an “early intervention service” and how does it work during the war?
01:00 PMODESAVladyslav Balinsky, ecologist, head of the NGO “Zeleniy list” (Green Leaf) (in person); 

Natalia Humeniuk, head of the joint coordination press center of the defense forces of South of Ukraine (in person);

Ilona Remyhaylo, manager of the Palace Del Mar Hotel (in person);

Serhiy Chutkyi, head of mine risk management at the NGO “Association of deminers of Ukraine”  (online);

Topics of focus:

– Possible opening of the beaches in Odesa region – opportunities and challenges;
12:30 АMKYIVOlena Korobkova, Chair of the Board of the Independent Association of the Banks of Ukraine (online) 
Dollar exchange rate this fall. Inflation forecast and the discount rate adjustment. Market basket, solvency, and loans. 

Topics of focus:
– How has the Ukrainian solvency assessment changed over the year and a half of war?
– Financial stability of Ukrainian banks
– Lending and deposits 
– The cost of the market basket

1:00 РMKYIV– Yakiv Didukh, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Head of Department of Geobotany and Ecology, M. G. Kholodny Institute of Botany of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (online)

– Dmytro Skrylnikov
, Head of the Bureau of Environmental Investigation NGO, the Kakhovka Platform initiator (online)

– Serhiy Dubniak, Head of the Department of Ecological Hydrology and Technical Hydrobiology, Institute of Hydrobiology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (in person)

– Oleh Lystopad, an expert at the National Interest Protection Network of the ANTS (in person)
The region’s future after terrorists blow up the Kakhovka dam: effective planning or haste? Environmental impact.

Why is it interesting?
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved launching the pilot project for constructing the Kakhovka HPP Hydraulic Power Unit, reconstruction after the Kakhovka dam collapse, and ensuring the sustainable operation of the Dnipro HPP during the restoration period. There are two stages, one of which can be implemented after Ukraine regains control over the Kakhovka HPP. There are two stages, one of which can be implemented after Ukraine regains control over the Kakhovka HPP. The project cost amounts to $1–1.2 billion, said Ihor Syrota, CEO of Ukrhydroenergo.