Poltava will be another region to learn about how the EU assists Ukraine during the war
For the good of the high interest from visitors, it was decided to extend the mobile exposition of original artworks by Ukrainian illustrators on the European Union’s assistance to Ukraine and Ukrainians amid Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine. On February 27, 2023, the exposition will visit Poltava and will be based in the Victory Park. As a recap, until now the exposition was seen in seven regions of the country – Kyiv, Lviv, Rivne, Khmelnytskyi, Uzhhorod, Odesa and Dnipro.
The exposition is part of the all-Ukrainian communication campaign “Together we are Europe”, which the EU launched in August. The campaign aims to inform the widest audience of Ukrainians about the comprehensive EU support, solidarity and assistance, which European partners have consistently provided to Ukraine from the very beginning of a full-scale Russian invasion, and which is constantly increasing.
A series of drawings created by nine Ukrainian illustrators presents a wide range of assistance that Ukraine and Ukrainians receive – both within the country and in the EU, where over 8 million of Ukrainians escaping the war currently live.
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