Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
April 19
04:45 PM
ODESARenaud Muselier,  President of the Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France (in person);

Roman Hrygoryshyn, deputy head of the Odesa regional military administration (in person)

The briefing has been postponed to 05:15 PM
Topics of focus:

– Cooperation of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region (France), with the Odesa region. Plans for the future.
12:00 AM
KYIVMikhail Savva, Professor, Member of the Expert Council of the Center for Civil Liberties (online) Confessions of the Wagnerites – who and how will establish the highest form of punishment?

Topics of focus:

– Wagnerites confessions to crimes committed in Ukraine – how to deal with the information made public?
– Is a confession a sufficient basis for a crime or is additional evidence needed?
– A lawsuit to the European Court of Human Rights or The Hague – which institution will help to establish the highest penalty for the crime?

Why is this interesting?
On April 17, the Russian project published a video with the two former commanders of Wagner PMC units’ confessions of war crimes in Ukraine. They gave the details on the shooting of more than 20 Ukrainian children and teenagers, the blowing up of a pit with 60 wounded prisoners, and the ones under so-called “500” code name (those who decided to leave the war and refused to follow orders to kill Ukrainians), and the mopping up the residential buildings with the killing of everyone, including children.

For reference: Center for Civil Liberties became the first Ukrainian organization to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
2:00 PMKYIVYurii Sobolevskyi, First Deputy Head of Kherson Oblast Council (online) Kherson region today – what is happening in the city and the region?

Topics of focus:

– The consequences of the shelling of Kherson and the settlements of the region
– The current state of the critical infrastructure in the city and Oblast
– “Putin’s trip to the Kherson region” – the purpose and consequences of the russian dictator’s defiant visit?