Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
November 30
12:00 PMLVIVStepan Kuibida, Director of the Economic Policy Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration
Natalia Petrova, USAID Project Manager
(in person)
Why this is interesting: 
On December 2, Lviv will host the Western Ukrainian Partnership Forum, the main economic event of the year in the West of Ukraine.
The Department of Economic Policy of Lviv Oblast Military Administration with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will bring together over 20 leading experts in the field of economics from all over Ukraine as participants.
The forum will feature:
–        outstanding panel discussions devoted to the most relevant topics of politics, economy and business;
–        trade show of relocated enterprises and franchise business;
–        Startup Expo – a Ukrainian startup fair;
–        Business Expo – a trade fair featuring key enterprises of the region and the country.
In addition, the forum will feature the largest platform for networking and exchange of experience for representatives of business, government and the social sector.
12:00 PMKHARKIVOleksandr Voroshilov;

Denys Klymenko;

Yevhenii Babenko;

Kostiantyn Klyucharyov.

Press conference for World AIDS Day: Why are the de-occupied territories at risk of an increase in the incidence of HIV and other socially dangerous diseases?

This year, the World AIDS Day is being held in Ukraine amid the war and the growing threat of an increase in the number of patients with socially dangerous diseases – HIV, hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis, etc. The reason lies in radically different approaches of Ukraine and the russian federation, and even more so the Gauleiter of the occupied territories to the sick. In russia, replacement maintenance therapy therapy for HIV-positive people is in short supply, not everyone receives it, so Ukrainians in the occupied territories were deprived of it, as well as control tests, which worsened their condition several times and made them more dangerous for others*.
It is no secret that a significant number of HIV-positive and hepatitis and tuberculosis patients are drug addicts. Before the occupation, there were so-called sites in Kupyansk and Balaklia, where they received substitution therapy, their condition was monitored by doctors, and they did not use street drugs. Replacement maintenance therapy is prohibited in the russian federation. There are many people who could not overcome the “breakage” on their own. They were forced to return to street drugs and for a “dose” performed slave labor for the occupiers. Disposable syringes were also unavailable.
Their contacts, as well as the presence in the occupied territories of mercenaries with HIV status, which was informed by the Intelligence office , the facts of sexual violence and the provision of unqualified medical care without tests for dangerous diseases, significantly increased the risks of spreading HIV, hepatitis, etc. The speed of spread is also related to the migration of patients, both within the country and outside its borders.
11:00 AMKYIVPavlo Kyrylenko, Head of Donetsk Oblast Military Administration (online)Topic: The current situation in the region
11:30 AMKYIVLiudmyla Fylypovych, Religion Scholar, Doctor of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of UkraineTopic of focus:
Ukrainian Orthodox Church under the Moscow Patriarchate as an instrument of russian propaganda; the levers of state influence
12:00 PMKYIVVitalii Kim, Head of Mykolaiv Oblast Military Administration (online)Topic of focus:
The current situation in the region
1:00 PMKYIVAnna Derevyanko, Executive Director of the European Business Association (online)Topics of focus:
Ukrainian business after 9 months of war
The consequences of the blackout for Ukrainian business
Support for business from the state
4:00 PMKYIVOleksandr Mamatov, Head of the All-Ukrainian Organization of War Invalids, Armed Forces and Participants in Military Operations

Yulia Goldenberg, Founding Director of the All-Ukrainian Charitable Foundation “Zarady tebe” (for your sake)

Oleg Smal, Cartoonist, Painter, Sculptor, Journalist, Curator of the Municipal Art Gallery
Presentation of the contemporary Ukrainian cartoons exhibition “100 Views on War” (offline)

Why is this interesting?
The exhibition will feature the works created by Ukrainian cartoonists during the war. Their paintings have been presented at the collective and solo exhibitions in Slovakia, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, and the USA.