President of Ukraine

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First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska participated in the Invest in Women High-level summit, which took place during the open debate of the United Nations Security Council on Women, Peace, and Security on October 25-26 at the United Nations headquarters in New York, the United States.

First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska said in an interview with Vogue Ukraine Edition that caring for psychological well-being is a matter of survival for Ukrainians and is relevant to the entire world.

The Ukrainian-language audio guide is now available at the Viking Museum in Stockholm. Ukrainian-language audio guides are also available at the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk, the Imperial Treasury in Austria, the ancient city of Aspendos in Türkiye, and the Illinois Holocaust Museum in the United States.

The Olena Zelenska Foundation is starting a project to restore a children's creative and sports hub in Borodianka, Kyiv region. The building was destroyed by Russian forces during the occupation of the town in the spring of 2022.

First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska met with representatives of Google – Vice President for Government Affairs and Public Policy Annette Kroeber Riel and Vice President for Central and Eastern Europe Patrick Warnking – who arrived in Kyiv.

The First Lady of Ukraine emphasized that terrorism has no borders. Therefore, it is even more important that countries that oppose it act together. Ukraine consistently stands for peace in the Middle East for all peoples.

First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska participated in the event "On the Path to Implementing the National Strategy to Address the Gender Pay Gap by 2030 and the Contribution of Partners to this Process," which took place under the leadership of Minister of Economy Yulia Svyrydenko.

The Ukrainian language can be heard in the Archaeological Museum of Cyprus. The President's wife joined the opening via video link from Kyiv.

The wife of the President of Ukraine thanked her colleague for participation in the third Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen, which took place in Kyiv on September 6, 2023.

Victims of the violence committed by the Russian military against Ukrainian children will begin to testify en masse when they see that the perpetrators are punished, and Ukraine relies on the world's help in establishing justice in this matter. This was stated by First Lady Olena Zelenska in an interview with CBS.