April 13

Full schedule Ukraine Media Center’s (Kyiv, Lviv)

Start timeLocationSpeakersTopics / description
12:30 PMLvivSpecial Event

Participants: Liliya Onyschenko, Head of the Department of Historic Environment Protection; Representatives of volunteer initiatives

A protective structure will be installed around the Virgin Mary sculpture 
Lviv protects monuments. From the first days of the war, Lviv has been concerned with preserving its historical heritage and installing protective structures.
13:00 PMKyivDmytro Zhyvytskyi, Head of the Sumy Regional Military Administration (online).Key topics: Situation in the liberated city, elimination of Russian war crimes consequences.
1:30 PMLvivTaras Kuchma, Mayor of Drohobych (in person) Topic: Challenges, achievements and issues of humanitarian aid on the example of a single city in western Ukraine:
How much and what kind of humanitarian aid did Drohobych use to help the displaced persons?
How much and what kind of humanitarian aid did Drohobych send to other cities?
How to make humanitarian aid more effective?
During the briefing, the mayor of Drohobych will provide a public report.
2:00 PMKyivYevhen Kramarenko, Head of the State Agency of Ukraine on Exclusion Zone (Chernobyl) Management (in-person)Key topics: Situation in the exclusion zone, consequences of the Russian occupation, background radiation.
2:30 PMLvivVadym Boichenko, Mayor of Mariupol (online)Current issues:
Humanitarian situation in Mariupol
War crimes of the russian occupiers
3:00 PMKyivColonel Oleksandr Motuzyanyk, Spokesman for the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (in-person)Key topic: Operational situation at the front.
3:30 PMLvivClosed Briefing

Tamila Tasheva, Deputy Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Crimean Tatar human rights activist (in person);

Maria Tomak, Head of the Service for the Support of Crimea Platform (in person)
Topic: The situation in the occupied Crimea in the context of a full-scale russian invasion of Ukraine

– The situation in the occupied Crimea on the eve of February 24, 2022

 ✔ Crimea as a lodgement for a new stage of the russia’s armed aggression against Ukraine

 ✔ The situation with the rights of the indigenous population of Crimea, in particular, the Crimean Tatars, and how they were affected by the war in mainland Ukraine

 ✔ Resistance of Ukrainian citizens to full-scale aggression in Crimea and Kherson region

 ✔ Intensification of russian propaganda in Crimea before and during the full-scale russian invasion

 ✔ Socio-economic situation on the occupied peninsula. Consequences of sanctions

The briefing will not be broadcasted or recorded. Seats are limited.

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