|TOPICS / DESCRIPTION
|Serhii Horbachov, Educational Ombudsman of Ukraine (online)
• The educational genocide perpetrated by russians in Ukraine’s temporarily occupied territories
• Measures taken by Ukraine to protect school and university students in temporarily occupied territories
• The access to education for Ukrainian school and university students who were forcibly displaced or left the country
• The National Multiple Subject Test (similar to the ZNO External Independent Evaluation) in the war environment.
Maksym Kozytskyy, Head of Lviv Oblast Military Administration, invites internally displaced persons and volunteers to weave camouflage nets together with the Administration’s team. The net will be sent to soldiers of Ukraine’s Armed Forces who are in Donetsk Oblast now.
We must support our defenders!
Address: Na Valakh Park (Lviv, 18 Vynnychenka Street)
|Oleksii Makeiev, Special Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine for Sanction Policies (online)
• The European Union approved the sixth package of sanctions against russia — what it means
• The potential impact of new sanctions on russia’s economy
• How sanctions will help Ukraine in the war against russia.
|Andrius Tapinas, a Lithuanian journalist, founder of Laisvės TV, initiator of raising funds for a Bayraktar UAV for Ukraine (online)
· How was the idea of the fundraiser born? Why Bayraktar?
· Were there any difficulties during the fundraising process?
· Cooperation with Türkiye.
Why this is interesting:
In Lithuania, EUR 5 million were raised in three days to purchase a Bayraktar TB2 UAV drone for Ukraine. The campaign was launched by the TV anchor Andrius Tapinas. Eventually, Türkiye decided to offer a Bayraktar UAV, for which the whole country of Lithuania raised funds, to Lithuania as a gift to be handed over to the Ukrainian military. EUR 5 million will be spent on ammunition for the UAV drone and other assistance for Ukraine.
|TOPICS / DESCRIPTION
|Vadym Boichenko, Mariupol Mayor (in person)
|Current topic: Operational and humanitarian situation in the city
|Kateryna Pavlichenko, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine (in person)
– Documenting sex crimes committed by the russian military;
– How the police record and investigate sex crimes;
– The work of a police team that specializes in documenting this category of crimes;
– What kind of help the victims should receive;
– What kind of punishment awaits war criminals.
|Oleksandr Tkachenko, Culture and Information Policy Minister of Ukraine (in person)
|Current topics: 100 days of war — losses and results of work by Ukraine’s culture and information fronts in numbers; Sanctions of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine against Patriarch Kirill and other figures of the russian Orthodox Church. Deepening relations between Ukraine and Poland.
|Oleksandr 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.