Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
January 17
12:00 PMODESASerhii Bratchuk, spokesman for the Head of the Odesa Regional Military Administration (in person)Topics of focus:

– Current security and humanitarian situation in the region
12:30 PMODESAOleksandr Slavskyi, head of the regional office of the State property fund of Ukraine in Odesa and Mykolaiv regions (in person)

Topics of focus:

– Privatization of the first port in Ukraine — state owned”Ust-Dunaisk Sea Trade Port”

Why it’s interesting?

The privatization of the Ust-Dunaisk Sea Trade Port is the first attempt in the history of Ukraine to transfer an entire port to private ownership. This is one of the smallest sea trade ports in Ukraine, but during the war, only the Danube ports can work fully. Therefore, the Ust-Dunaisk Sea Trade Port works more than in recent years, perhaps even at its maximum capacity.

For January-September 2022, Ust-Dunaisk Sea Trade Port received 21 340 euros (848,000 UAH) in net profit. In January-November, he paid more than 226 463 euros (9 million UAH) in taxes to the budgets of all levels.

The starting price is 1 510 000 euros (60 millions UAH).

The auction will start on January 17 at 12:10 PM at the link:
1:30 PMKYIVVitaliy Koval, Head of Rivne Oblast Military AdministrationTopics of focus:
the current situation in the region
– preparation of the region for an anticipated attack from the direction of Belarus
– energy, infrastructure, humanitarian situation
2:00 PMKYIVOleksandr Kharchenko, Director at the Energy Industry Research Center (in person)Topics of focus:
– the current electricity situation in Ukraine
– restoration of energy infrastructure facilities
– operation of nuclear power plants
3:00 PMKYIVYurii Shchyhol, Head of State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection (in personTopics of focus:
– the main goals of enemy hackers; whether to expect a decrease in the intensity of cyber attacks in 2023
– communications as a critical service: improving access to communications during power cuts and restoration of networks in the de-occupied territories
– the global problem: russian hackers attack not only Ukraine, but also other democratic countries that support us; what is needed to effectively counter russia