Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
February 27
11:00 AM KHARKIV-Oleh Syniehubov – Head of Kharkiv Regional Military Administration
-Oleksandr Filchakov – Head of the Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office
-Volodymyr Tymoshko – Head of the Main Department of the National Police in Kharkiv region
-Artem Astakhov – Head of the State Emergency Service in Kharkiv region
-Briefing on the two-year anniversary of russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine
01:00 PM KHARKIV-Yulia Klymenyuk – Marketing Director of the 9-1-1 pharmacy network-Briefing “Functioning of 9-1-1 mobile pharmacy points in the frontline and dangerous areas of Kharkiv region”
Why it is interesting:
On January 18, 2024, the 9-1-1 Pharmacy Network was the first in Ukraine to launch a mobile pharmacy serving residents of villages in Kharkiv Oblast where there are no stationary pharmacies. The main goal of this project is to provide patients with chronic diseases with access to the Affordable Medicines program.
Despite the technical difficulties and the burden on staff, pharmacists continue to work in dangerous areas. As a social business, the company is trying to quickly resume its work both in the liberated territories of Ukraine and after the destruction of the pharmacy network and increase the availability of medicines for the population.
During the briefing, we will talk in more detail about the activities of the 9-1-1 Pharmacy Network, statistical data on assistance to the population, the functioning of social programs and mobile pharmacies, and further plans.
KYIVATTENTION! SCHEDULE CHANGE The briefing by Dmytro Solomchuk, Member of Verkhovna Rada and Member of Verkhovna Rada’s Agrarian and Land Policy is cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
3:00 PMKYIVRostyslav Karandieiev, acting First Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy;
Tetiana Shulha, Sectoral Manager for Culture, Human Rights, Gender Equality, and National Minorities at the Delegation of the European Union Representation in Ukraine;
Volodymyr Vorobey, Director of the Regional Development Center, Head of the RES-POL project expert group.
Press conference on the RES-POL project to support Ukrainian culture launch

Why is it interesting?
The RES-POL project, known as Rapid Expert Support for Culture and Media Policies in Ukraine, is carried out with financial backing from the European Union and is scheduled to run until March 2025.

The RES-POL endeavor targets four key sectors: cultural heritage, arts and culture, creative industries, and media, aiming to formulate national-level policies with expert input.