Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
March 22
11:00 AMKYIVAnka Feldhusen, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ukraine (in person)Topics of focus:
– Tanks, air defense systems, ammunition, military training Germany’s contribution to Ukraine’s victory;
– The energy sector and German business after introducing sanctions against Russia – what has changed, and how inevitable are these changes?
– How do Germany and the EU see the end of the war?
– What should the post-war European security structure look like? What conclusions have already been drawn?
– Development of the military-industrial complex and armies of NATO countries in the near future.
– China’s flurry of diplomatic activity – what do Europeans think about it?
12:00 PMKYIV– Oleksandr Tkachenko, Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine
(in person);

– Oleh Nalyvaiko, Head of State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine (in person);

– Andriy Melnyk, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (in person);

– Oleksandr Krasovytskyy, Ukrainian publisher, Director, and owner of Folio Publishers (in person);

– Myroslav Kastran, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Slovak Republic (online).

– Oleh Kuts, Minister-Counselor, Deputy Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland (online)
Results of the first year of the charitable action held “A Ukrainian Book for Ukrainian Children”

Why is it interesting?

On March 15, the charity campaign “A Ukrainian Book for Ukrainian Children” marks its anniversary. It was launched by the Head of State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting with the support of the Office of the President of Ukraine and the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine. Publishers from all over Ukraine joined the campaign nationwide. A total of 1 million copies of books were collected.
Almost 600 thousand copies of textbooks, manuals, and fiction were delivered to readers in Ukraine and abroad. More than 400 thousand kilometers were overcome around Ukraine and 25 European countries.
3:00 PM
KYIV– Masi Nayyem, Co-Founder of Human Rights Center for Military Personnel “Principle” (in person);
Center for the Protection of Rights of Military Personnel
Human Rights Center

– Liubov Halan, Co-Founder and Human Rights Center for Military Personnel “Principle” (in person);

– Mariia Kravchenko, Co-facilitator of the Military Medical Commission Volunteer Movement in Kyiv
Presentations of Legal System Guide for Military Personnel

Why is it interesting?
A Legal System Guide for wounded soldiers has been launched in Ukraine. It’s an online platform containing answers to the most frequently asked questions about the existing system:
– How to get a certificate of injury?
– What should I do to get financial assistance?
– What is the procedure for treatment abroad?
– Where to report if there are doubts about the military medical commission’s conclusion?
For reference:
“Principle” is a non–governmental organization founded in 2023 to provide legal protection for military personnel, including those wounded in action.
The organization works is carried out in such areas:
– Legal education of the military and their families about the available mechanisms and treatment of injuries sustained in combat and rehabilitation options;
– Analytical work for systemic solutions in reforming the interaction between the military and government agencies;
– Advocating changes in cooperation with the authorities