On August 22, the office of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Foundation was opened in Kharkiv. Former German Bundestag president, the head of the fund, Norbert Lammert attended the event.
Last week, Ostannya Adresa (Last Address, Ukraine) project was presented and started working in Kharkiv.
On August 20, an armed man started shooting near the city council’s building.
The school graduates from Zolote town, Luhansk region, began their journey via five Ukrainian cities they dreamed of seeing.
The Forum for Community Safety, organized by the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine, took place in Kharkiv on August 9.
On August 12, Grand-Toloka Clean Rivers. Kharkiv campaign, which aims to clean-up coastal areas and near-coastal waters, took place in Kharkiv.
The United Nations Children’s Fund UNICEF with the European Union’s support presented the UPSHIFT Ukraine programme to develop professional skills of disadvantaged adolescents and youth in Kharkiv.
On August 4, Icon of Remembrance for Perished Defenders of Ukraine studio was opened in children’s camp in Lisopark area in Kharkiv.
Rescuers have managed to extinguish fire in the historical center of Kharkiv after 16 hours of firefighting.
The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople rejects Moscow initiative to organize own celebrations of the anniversary of the events that took place in Kyiv in the late 10th century.
The fourth bicycle race starts in Kharkiv to finish in Kherson a month later.
New turn of events in the Kharkiv tragedy investigation occurred when the witness for the prosecution resigned and left unexpectedly.
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