Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
September 12
11:00 PMODESAYaroslav Trofimov, director of “Theater №7” (in person);

Topics of focus:

– Odesa immersion theater “Theater №7” is expanding its troupe and looking for future actors among beginners;

More information: The Odesa-based repertory immersion theater “Theater №7” has been creating performances that expand the boundaries of traditional theater perception for 9 years. It creates new methods of interaction with the audience and game mechanics, looks for new approaches to storytelling and immersing the audience in history. 

Currently, “Theater №7” is expanding its troupe again and looking for like-minded people. In addition to professional actors with education and background, the theater welcomes talented amateurs, perhaps even without theater experience, but with a great desire to learn the profession and realize themselves on stage. It is for them that the theater reopens the 4-month Actor’s Studio program.
12:00 PMODESADmytro Pletenchuk, spokesman of the Ukrainian Navy (online);Topics of focus:

– Sea Breeze military exercises 23.3;
– War on the Black Sea;
– How the ports of Odesa region work;
01:00 PMODESABorys Babin, expert of the Association of Reintegration of Crimea (in person);
Topics of focus:

– Consequences of the operation of the Defence Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine to regain control over the so-called “Boyko towers”;
12:00 PMKYIV– Maxim Shapiro, neurosurgeon (USA)

– Peter K. Nelson, a neurosurgeon with expertise in endovascular surgery (USA)

– Dmytro Shcheglov, neurosurgeon, interventional neuroradiologist, professor, Honored Doctor of Ukraine (Ukraine)

– Mykhailo Kostiuk, a neurosurgeon with expertise in vascular surgery, Ph.D. (Ukraine)

– Olena Teriaieva, medical expert, project manager of the RAZOM Health program at the Razom for Ukraine Charitable Foundation (Ukraine)

All in person

Results of the Co-Pilot Project: An International Neurosurgical Collaboration in Ukraine

Why is it interesting?
The mission of American neurosurgeons visiting different cities of Ukraine from September 4 to 13 is to perform the high-quality neurosurgical operations and help to introduce the latest expensive neuroradiology technologies for treating vascular and cerebral diseases in Ukraine.

On September 4-6, the mission held surgeries in Dnipro for wounded soldiers and civilians injured in the explosions;
On September 7-9, the mission performed surgeries in Lviv for war-affected patients and spoke at the annual conference of the Association of Ukrainian Neurosurgeons;
September 10-13, surgeries in Kyiv for war-affected patients.

2016-2023 Program outcomes:

100+ doctors and medical professionals visited Ukraine;
245+ complex surgeries were performed;
1500+ patients consulted;
120+ Ukrainian surgeons participated in the mission and improved their skills;
2000+ surgeons from Ukraine watched online broadcasts of surgeries;
10+ doctors completed US universities internships;
20+ hospitals in Ukraine involved
2:00 PMKYIVDmytro Solomchuk, MP and a member of Verkhovna Rada’s Agrarian and Land Policy Committee (online)Harvest and Ukrainian produce export

Topics of focus:
– Current results of the harvest campaign;
– Farmers’ plans for sowing winter crops;
– The grain corridor alternatives and plans for the export of Ukrainian products