Schedule of press briefings in Ukraine Crisis Media Center for December 7, 2015

Schedule of press briefings in Ukraine Crisis Media Center for December 7, 2015
December 06, 2015.

10-00 Topic: “Armed conflict in Ukraine: way to the Hague”
Sergiy Petukhov, Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine on European Integration
Stanislav Shevchuk, judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, Doctor of Law, Professor
Tetyana Mazur, executive director of Amnesty International in Ukraine
Nicholas Hnatovskyy, Senior Advisor on Constitutional Affairs Democracy Reporting International
Moderator: Taras Kachka, head of the project Ukraine Reform Communication Taskforce

11-00 Topic: “Providing medicines and medical equipment to hospitals in the ATO zone with the support of International Association of Ukraine jointly with the Government of Estonia”
Sulev Kannike, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Estonia to Ukraine
Anatoly Liutiuk, Ukrainian Cultural Center, Tallinn
Olga Durbak, Chairman MAPU
Natalia Brazhenko, Head of Dnepropetrovsk branch MAPU
Yevgeny Gerasimenko, Lead surgeon Dnipropetrovskovoho military hospital
Turenok Hinnom, leading gynecologist Volnovaha Central Hospital
Vadim Mykhailuta, Novomoskovsk chief doctor of the central district hospital

12-00 Topic: “National anti-corruption bureau, beginning the investigations”
Artem Sytnyk, director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine
Nazar Holodnytskyi, Head of anti-corruption prosecutors

12-30 Col. Andriy Lysenko, Presidential Administration spokesperson on ATO related issues

13-00 Topic: “Should soldiers of the National Guard of Ukraine undergo physical and sports training?”
Sergiy Leschenya, colonel, head of physical training and sports of the National Guard of Ukraine

13-30 Topic: “International Criminal Court and Euromaidan: will the international justice be applied? “
Svitlana Zalishchuk, MP of Ukraine, parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs
Wayne Jordash QC, international lawyer, Global Rights Compliance LLP (UK)
Vitaly Tytych, lawyer, Vitaly Tytych and Partners (Ukraine)

14-30 Topic: “Decentralization in Ukraine: how not to stop halfway”
Georg Milbradt, Prime Minister of the Federal land of Saxony, former finance minister in the Federal land of Saxony

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