Interfax-Ukraine to host press conference 'Protecting the rights of Chornobyl victims'

by www.interfax.com.ua
On Wednesday, November 2, at 14.00, the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency's press center will host a press conference titled "Protecting the Rights of Chornobyl Victims." The participants will include Chairman of the Union of Lawyers of Ukraine Sviatoslav Piskun, co-chairman of the Chornobyl Association of People's Deputies of Ukraine, MP Volodymyr Areshonkov, president of the Ukrainian NGO of disabled persons "Chornobyl Union of Ukraine" Volodymyr Voitov, first deputy chairman of the Union of Lawyers of Ukraine Kateryna Koval (8/5a Reitarska Street). Admission requires press accreditation.
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