President of Ukraine

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According to Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, who wrote a column about the First Lady of Ukraine, she admires Olena Zelenska's honesty the most.

First Lady Olena Zelenska's Ukrainian Bookshelf project to promote Ukrainian literature has already expanded to 44 countries, distributing 45,000 books in libraries worldwide.

First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska took part in the practical conference "Implementation of the Gender Equality Strategy in Education by 2030: Moving Forward" held in Kyiv.

Ukraine House hosted a presentation of an interactive installation and a panel discussion on domestic violence during the war.

The First Lady also took part in the event "Childhood 365: The Right to Be Yourself", organized by UNICEF. During the event, six teenagers from different parts of Ukraine shared their stories. The children told about their lives, challenges, achievements and experiences.

Ukrainians will manage to endure the hardships of wartime and continue to develop by holding on to the human values we are currently defending. This was stated by First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska in an interview with African media.

For the world to let itself get tired of the war in Ukraine is to let us die. Literally. Because the empire won't stop. It must be stopped. And that's what Ukraine is doing right now.

In the text dedicated to Ukraine and its struggle against Russian invasion, the President's wife emphasized that Russia's war against our state is a war in the global world, an attack on all international agreements and human rights.

First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska took part in a meeting on the implementation of the School Meals Reform Strategy approved by the Cabinet of Ministers in late October. The event was held in Kyiv under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.

Anne Hidalgo briefed the First Lady of Ukraine on the Solidarity Factory project. It is a place for quick response to various emergency situations, where one can receive rapid humanitarian assistance or undergo volunteer training courses.