Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
August 15
11:00 AMKYIVKateryna Pavlichenko, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs (in person)Key topic: Organizing a safe education process: Safety Tutor project and equipping bomb shelters.
12:000 PMKYIVAndrii Yeremenko, Director at Active Group
A representative of the Ministry for the Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine

Valentyna Bykova, Head of Analytical Projects at the International Center for Countering Russian Aggression
Topic of focus: The presentation of a survey of residents of Ukraine’s territories controlled by russian forces
1:00 PMKYIVNatalia Humeniuk, Head of the United Coordinating Press Center of Security and Defense Forces of the South of Ukraine (online)Topic of focus: The current situation in the South and on the Black Sea.
1:30 PMKYIVOleksandr Kubrakov, Minister of Infrastructure
Vasyl Shkurakov, First Deputy Minister of Infrastructure (in person)
Topic of interest: The bill on the return of excise duty rates on fuel
LVIVBriefing of Edvards Smiltēns, Riga’s Vice Mayor, Deputy Head of Riga City Council, rescheduled to August, 16, 10:30 AMTopics of focus:
– Latvia’s assistance to Ukrainians since the start of the all-out war
– Latvians’ attitudes toward the war in Ukraine
– The decision of the Latvian Saeima to declare russia a state sponsor of terrorism.
11:30 AMLVIVRostyslav Yunyk, Head of Lviv’s Office for Youth Policy

Stanislav Hvozdinskyi, Students’ Mayor of Lviv

(all in person)
Why this is interesting:
The Students’ Council of Lviv and Lviv City Council’s Office for Youth Policy hosted a social event, Diplomas That Will Never Be Issued, in remembrance of students killed due to the war. On International Youth Day, more than 40 diplomas of students from all over Ukraine who were killed fighting for independence were displayed in Rynok Square. These diplomas will never see their owners again. Only the names that are known at the moment have been indicated, while the actual number of killed students is much higher.
12:00 PMLVIVGeoffrey Nice, a British barrister, prosecutor at the trial of Slobodan Milošević, Serbia’s former president, in the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former YugoslaviaTopics of focus:
– The goal of the visit to Ukraine
– Prospects of the trial of putin and the investigation of war crimes perpetrated by russians
– Can Milošević and putin be compared as war criminals?