May 27
10:00 AMLVIVSerhiy Prytula, volunteer, founder of Serhiy Prytula Charity Foundation (in person)SPECIAL EVENT!

Symbols of Ukraine’s victory at Eurovision will now help Ukraine win the war against the russian occupiers. Kalush Orchestra together with Serhiy Prytula Charitable Foundation are giving away the pink bucket hat belonging to the band’s singer. In addition, the Eurovision prize, a crystal microphone, has already been put up for auction to raise funds to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Serhiy Prytula will bring the pink bucket hat to Media Center Ukraine and tell how the idea came about, why the guys agreed to give away the main Eurovision prize to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and how to join the draw.
11:00 AMLVIVStepan Kuibida, Director of Economic Policy Department at Lviv Oblast Military Administration (in person)Current issues:
– Experience of relocating enterprises from combat zones to Lviv region
– War and the region’s economy: trends
– Economic development plans of the region: relocation of enterprises and migrants as opportunities.
 11:00 AM KYIVSPECIAL EVENT Media Center Ukraine—Ukrinform invites foreign media representatives to a working meeting with leaders of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy to discuss assistance to foreign journalists covering the war.

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12:15 PMLVIVKira Rudik, Member of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (online)Current issues:
– Ukraine at the World Economic Forum in Davos
– The main issues concerning Ukraine voiced at the World Economic Forum
– The main results of the forum
2:00 PMLVIVYulia Zhovtiak, Director at the State Employment Service of Ukraine (online)Current issues:
– War and unemployment: how many people are registered at employment centers
– Employment and the most in-demand jobs during the war
– Labor market forecasts in Ukraine.
2:00 PMKYIVHennadii Lahuta, Head of Kherson Oblast Military Administration (online)Key topics: The current situation in the oblast; attempts by russian invaders to grant citizenship to residents of the oblast; the evacuation of civilians.
2:30 PMKYIVSerhii Marchenko, Minister of Finance of Ukraine (in person)Current topics: Ukraine’s budget—proceeds and spending; core trends; assistance from international partners; potential tax hike
3:00 PMKYIVOleksandr Motuzianyk, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (in person)Current topic: The current situation on the frontline of the russo-Ukrainian war