During the past three months after quarantine mitigation, a total of 155,300 passengers traveled through the airport.
The exposition is dedicated to children born in a tragic year for Ukraine.
As of September 3, the fire is completely extinguished.
On 29 August 2014, the deadliest battle in Russian-Ukrainian war took place.
At the end of August, Kharkivites celebrate two more holidays than other Ukrainians.
PAPRs’ production was supervised by doctors.
This exhibition is the largest this year.
After two months of quarantine, airlines are resuming and operating new flights.
Overall, 546 students from 45 countries took part in the competition.
Since August, the museum has been recognized in a new way.
The event has been carried out in Kharkiv for the fourth consecutive year.
The exhibition runs in the hub at 2 Karbyshev Lane until July 24.
Kharkiv Going Global