Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
August 11
12:00 АMKYIV– Vira Lytvynenko, Head of the “Heart nAZOVni” NGO 

– Nataliia Zarytska, Chair of the “Women of Steel” NGO 
– Nelia Shastun, “Women of Steel

– Olena Tolkachova, Head of the Patronage Service of the Azov Regiment.

All in person.
The soldiers who died in the battles for Mariupol are still not buried. Who is preventing the creation of the National Military Cemetery in Bykivnia?

Why this is interesting:
The Verkhovna Rada passed a law on the creation of the National Military Cemetery in Bykivnia, where the fallen heroes of the russo-Ukrainian war will be buried. The location was a compromise between the Cabinet of Ministers, the Kyiv City State Administration, the Institute of National Remembrance and the families of the fallen. Money was allocated from the 2023 budget to set up the cemetery. The first burials were to begin already this fall, but the construction never started. Relatives of the victims will give an update on how the situation is being solved and what needs to be done to implement the project.

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