Schedule

Kyiv
Lviv
August 22
START TIMELOCATIONSPEAKERSTOPICS / DESCRIPTION
11:00 AMKYIVAnastasiia Bondar, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy in charge of the digital development, digital transformation, and digitalization; Olga Deynega, Director for Corporate Governance and Control at Vodafone Ukraine (in person)Topic of focus: The presentation of the Save Ukrainian Culture project aimed at restoring and preserving Ukraine’s cultural heritage
1:00 PM KYIVDenys Marchuk, Deputy Chair of the Ukrainian Agrarian Council (in person)Topic of focus: Harvesting the 2022 crop; operations of the “green corridor,” supporting agrarians in occupied territories.
1:30 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.

4:00PMKYIVTaras Shevchenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy,
Oleksii Shkuratov, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine,
Roman Gladkovskyi, project officer at the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zhemchugov, Hero of Ukraine,
Hanna Baikenich, project officer at the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance,
Volodymyr Tylishchak, Deputy Head of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance,
Olha Tymoshenko, Principal of School No. 309,
Oleksandr Driz, Director of For-Post International Producer Center,
Dmytro Kysylevych, Director of the Production Unit of Oleksandr Dovzhenko Film Studio.
Key topic: Presentation of the Dialogues on the War project – three video conversations of a schoolgirl with veterans of the ongoing russo-Ukrainian war.
START TIMELOCATIONSPEAKERSTOPICS / DESCRIPTION
11:00 AMLVIVOlexandr Mischenko, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Republic of Latvia (online)Topics of focus: 
– Latvia’s help to Ukraine during the all-out war
– Ukrainian refugees in Latvia: numbers and support by the Latvian government
– Latvians’ attitude towards the war in Ukraine
– The Saeima of Latvia recognized russia as a state sponsor of terrorism: reasons and consequences
– State leadership’s attitude to the ban on entry of russians to the territory of the EU.