President of Ukraine

President's wife

First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska met with Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany Svenja Schulze at the Bogomolets National Medical University. Together with the Minister, they discussed the prospects for cooperation between the countries in the format of international medical partnership.

The President's wife noted that Ukrainian resilience has already become a phenomenon in the world. However, it needs to be taken care of. According to the Ministry of Health, 77% of Ukrainians are currently experiencing symptoms of stress and severe nervousness.

A Ukrainian-language audio guide was launched in the museum of one of Finland's most famous artists, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, in Espoo. The symbolic launch button was pressed by Ambassador of Ukraine Olga Dibrova and Mayor of Espoo Jukka Mäkelä. The opening ceremony was also attended by Ukrainians living in Finland.

The First Lady took part in the international dialogue on the child care and support system reform within the framework of the International Ministerial Social Policy Summit in Kyiv.

It was created to ensure the right to education for people with special educational needs. The center has, among others, a rehabilitation therapist, a speech therapist, a psychologist, and a special education teacher. The facility is equipped with ramps and provides information in Braille.

The First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska joined online the International Presentation of the results of the Survey on Social and Emotional Skills (SSES 2023) that took place in Bulgaria.

First Lady Olena Zelenska took part in the Children's Reading Without Barriers round table at the Book Country festival, which was dedicated to the availability of children's literature in Ukraine.

The First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska delivered a special video address at the opening of the Ukrainian pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale.

The First Lady of Ukraine took part in the presentation of a new collection of recipes for school canteens by Yevhen Klopotenko.

During her visit to the Kingdom of Denmark, Olena Zelenska, together with Sophie Løhde, the Minister for Interior and Health of Denmark, visited Headspace, the largest nationwide civil society service for mental health prevention and support for young people aged 12 to 25.