Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
May 12
11:00 AM

ODESAPavlo Koval, general director of the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation (online);
Topics of focus:

– Consequences of a possible disruption of the “grain agreement”;
– What does russia demand?
– “Corridors of solidarity” as an alternative route for Ukrainian grain;
12:00 PMODESAStanislav Mankov, technical specialist in aviation and missile weapons (in person);

Topics of focus:

– Storm Shadow long-range cruise missiles are already in Ukraine – what changes they bring?
– Possible delivery of Czech L-159 light attack aircraft; 
– How will Czech and Slovak SA-6 Gainful air defense systems strengthen Ukrainian air defense?
01:00 PMODESADmytro Pletenchuk, head of the press service of the “Grim” (Thunder) tactical group (online);

UPDATED. The briefing has been cancelled.
Topics of focus:

– Kherson under shelling;
– Civilian evacuation and humanitarian situation;
12:00 PMKYIV – Inna Bohatykh, Director of Sanctions Policy Department of the Justice Ministry of Ukraine (in person);
– Hlib Kenievskyi, Head of StateWatch (in person);
– Roman Steblivskyi, an analyst at StateWatch (in person);
– Serhii Milman, Founder and CEO of YouControl (online).
How to speed up confiscation of the aggressor’s assets during war: tools, priorities, and legislative initiatives

Topics of focus:
– An online tool from StateWatch to analyze the confiscation of the aggressor’s assets;
– Legislative initiatives that should speed up the recovery of the aggressor’s assets in Ukraine;
– How does YouControl service help to identify assets and connections?

Why this is interesting:
Since the beginning of russia’s full-scale invasion, Ukraine and international partners have been working to confiscate the assets of the aggressor and allocate them to the reconstruction of Ukraine. As of now, it is already known that for the first time, the U.S. approved the confiscation of the assets of a russian oligarch, which they plan to transfer to Ukraine later.