Schedule

Kyiv
Lviv
August 2
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12:00 PMLVIVVadym Tabakera, Deputy Director of the Economic Policy Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration (in person)Topics of focus:
– Activities of working groups to address the issue of the accommodation of IDPs and employees of relocated businesses in Lviv Oblast
– Establishing and funding the housing funds for IDPs
– Actions taken by the regional government to address the issue of housing for IDPs in Lviv Oblast.
1:00 PMLVIVAndrii Klymenko, a Crimean journalist, co-founder, and editor-in-chief of BlackSeaNews.net (online)Topics of focus:
– The first vessel with the Ukrainian grain left the seaport: route planning, risks, the way to the destination
– The meaning of the Black Sea ports unblocking for Ukraine and the world

Why this is interesting:
On August 1, the first vessel with the Ukrainian grain under the flag of Sierra Leone left the Port of Odesa. The vessel must arrive at the Port of Istanbul on August 2
7:00 PMLVIVMariana Savka, editor-in-chief and co-founder of the Old Lion Publishing House, writer

Julia Musakovska, poet, translator

Halyna Kruk, poet, literary critic, translator

Hanna Yanovska, poet, translator, essayist

Kateryna Mikhalitsyna, poet, translator, editor

Maryna Ponomarenko, poet, screenwriter 
SPECIAL EVENT!

Women. Poetry. War

Ukrainian women poets raise funds to buy an SUV for a recon unit.

Renowned poets will read their poems at Media Center Ukraine to support Ukraine’s Armed Forces.



Admission is free.
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12:00 PMKYIVVitaliy Kim, Head of Mykolaiv Oblast Military Administration (online)Key topic: The current situation in the oblast; consequences of shelling.
1:00 PMKYIVOlha Herasymiuk, Chair of the National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council of Ukraine; Olga Stefanyshyna, Vice Prime Minister for the European and Euroatlantic Integration of Ukraine; Mykyta Poturaiev, Chair of the Humanitarian and Information Policy Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (in person)Key topic: How will Ukraine comply with the European Union’s candidacy requirements in the media field? What changes have been included in the new wording of the draft law submitted to Members of Rada for review?