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On May 23rd: Press briefing on civil society’s joint statement on first political steps of Volodymyr Zelensky

23.05.2019, 18:28
On May 23rd, at 12.00 a.m., a press briefing on the "Joint Statement by Civil Society Representatives on the First Political Steps of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky" will be held at the press center of the Ukrainian Crisis Media Center (Khreschatyk Str., 2). On May 22nd, the representatives of civil society and NGOs signed a joint statement outlining "red lines", list of eventual decisions of the President Volodymyr Zelensky, crossing of which will translate into deterioration of the domestic politics and its geopolitics of Ukraine. Eventually dangerous decisions are related to the security sector, foreign policy priorities of the country, economic steps, Ukrainian identity (language, culture, education), media and information policy, as well as issues related to the functioning of the state. List of representatives of civil society and organizations that have signed the document: • Ukrainian Crisis Media Center • Danylo Lubkivskyy, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (2014) • Institute of Mass Information • Center for Civic Initiatives - CEGRIN • Center for Economic Strategy • NGO "Detector Media" • NGO "Internews-Ukraine" • NGO "Ukrainian Prism" • Center for Global Studies "Strategy XXI" • Foreign Policy Council "Ukrainian Prism" • Euromaidan Press • Texty.org.ua • The Steering Committee of the Ukrainian National Platform for the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum • Stopfake • Valery Pekar, Vice-President of the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Speakers: • Lyubov Tsybulskaya, Head of Hybrid Threat Analysis Group of UKMTS • Olga Chizhov, Communications Director of the "Ukrainian Prism" NGO • Yevhen Fedchenko, editor-in-chief StopFake • Vadym Mysky, Program Director of Detector Media
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