Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
February 15
2:00 PMKYIV– Taras Shevchenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine for European Integration;

– Maksym Udovychenko, Head of the Center for the Protection of the Information Space of Ukraine State Enterprise;

– Tetiana Yaroshovets, PhD, Director General of the International Institute of Ukrainian Studies;

– Vasyl Pazyniak, author of the book’s foreword, is an injured participant of the Revolution of Dignity fighting;

– Ihor Poshyvailo, General Director at the National Memorial Complex of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred — Museum of the Revolution of Dignity;

– Oleksandr Tymoshenko, photojournalist, injured participant of the Revolution of Dignity fighting;

– Anatolii Serikov, editor-in-chief of the “Monuments of Ukraine” magazine Publishing House (online).
Presentation of the book: “Revolution of Dignity: Black Mass. Internal and external threats 10 years ago vs today”

Why is it interesting?

Over the span of nearly a decade, Pavlo Romaniuk, a prominent figure in investigative journalism originating from Lviv, has meticulously gathered crucial insights for his book “Revolution of Dignity: Black Mass. Internal and External Threats 10 Years Ago vs Today.” Within its pages, Romaniuk reveals previously undisclosed evidence concerning the fates and count of Maidan Heroes, divulges astonishing facts and intricacies of historical events, and unmasks clandestine crimes and influential figures operating behind the scenes. Through meticulous analysis and comparison, the author delves into the events, facts, trends, promises, and repercussions laid bare within his work.

3:00 РM KYIV– Representative of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine;
– Representatives of the Medical Forces Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine;
– Leonid Fedorovskyi, Chairman of the Board of the Association of First Aiders and Tactical Medical Operators and Instructors;
– Natalia Voronkova, Former Advisor to the Deputy Minister of Defense, Head of the Volunteer Hundred Dobrovolia NGO;
– David Plaster, Former US Army combat medic, Director of Anomaly;
– Oleksandr Syvyryn, Director of Dnipro Hospitallers;
– Taras Hatalyak, Program Coordinator at Razom Heroes in Ukraine, Razom for Ukraine Charity Foundation.

All in person.
Press conference on the formation of the Association of First Aiders and Tactical Medical Operators and Instructors

Why is it interesting?

At the press conference, project representatives will announce the formation of the largest national association, bringing together diverse fields such as first aid, tactical and military medicine, volunteer and medical endeavors, rehabilitation, and more. They will outline the motivations behind establishing the association and present the primary goals and objectives agreed upon by its members. Additionally, there will be discussions on the present status of first aid and tactical medicine, along with the challenges and societal tasks ahead.
12:00 PM KHARKIV– Anton Korotovskyh – Director of the Department of Urban Development and Architecture of KhOVA, Chief Architect of the region– Briefing: “Implementation of the eRestoration program in Kharkiv region”